Pandora Stations that Make Life Worth Living


I'm pretty much addicted to listening to Pandora at work.  Here are the stations that get me through the day:

My Ingrid Michaelson station--Soothing lady voices singing clever lyrics with beautiful piano, acoustic guitar and tight harmonies?  Yes, please.

My Bitter:Sweet station--A little trip-hop, a little jazzy, just the right combo of fast/slow to power through a boring spreadsheet.

My Heart station--80's ladies ROCK!

My Adele station--A little bit like my Ingrid Michaelson station, but with more soul and a little funk.

My Julie London station--Kick-ass lady jazz singers from the past.  Best listened to on days when I wear red lipstick to work.

What are your favorite Pandora stations?  Do you have "must-listen-to" music for work?

Posted by The Naked Redhead


magnolia said...

i built one around tom waits and the damnwells. oh, how i love it...

That Kind Of Girl said...

My favorite Pandora station for work is a bit embarrassing. It's based off of the song "Love Potion Number 9". But aside from the one day a week that Pandora seems intent on forcing me to get over my dislike for The Beatles, I seriously love just about every song this station comes up with!

Lou said...

Love my "Simply Red" and "Level 42" stations.

Anonymous said...

Not sure if I should admit this, but the Glee Cast Radio station is a pretty good pick-me-up during the day! (Maybe we should make a list of our embarrassing Pandora stations)

nikki said...

I don't do Pandora all that often (computer speakers were banned from my workplace BOO!) But when I do, I'm addicted to my Ben Folds station, my Ben Harper station and my Swell Season station. I'm so predictable - there is plenty of overlap between the three.

Anonymous said...

I love early blues where I can listen to Robert Johnson and the Reverend Gary Davis. I like to listen to Glen Miller when I need to clean the house:)

Erin said...

Imogen Heap often yields sound-similars that you've listed, which I love. Also, Etta James.

Artsy Admin said...

my Alison Kraus and Darius Rucker country station is my favorite right now, but i also have a fantastic Ladyhawke/Sia/Ting Tings station that gets me quite pumped for the weekend.

Stephanie said...

Ooh, ooh, major props for the Bitter:Sweet station!!! I love Bitter:Sweet. One of my go-to stations is based on the song "Australia" by The Shins for low-key but not too moody music. My workplace addiction though is one of pandora's genre offerings -- Golden Oldies Radio. Light-hearted, sweet, catchy, innocent (mostly) music is my happy place.

Norwegianette said...

You are the first person I've met (eh, you know, internet met) who loves both bitter:sweet and Ingrid Michaelson, and for this I love you.

Will naturally be checking out the other artists you listed. Man I wish we got Pandora in Europe. Oh, well, Spotify it is, then.

Autumn said...

I love Ingrid Michaelson, but I don't have a station for her. Yikes. I love my station based on the song Falling Slowly.

Kate said...

happy to be be able to finally add these stations to my list, as i usually use up my 40 hours by the 20th. loving the heart station! only recommendation to add is my kt tunstall stations, but there is some overlap with the ingrid station.

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