Top 10 Songs About Sound as Juno Awards Near
Connect Hearing names the best rock tunes to honour
Canada's music awards showcase
For immediate Release
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA (April 15, 2013) — With the Juno Awards coming up on Sunday, Connect Hearing is getting into the festive occasion by naming the best rock and pop songs about sound.
Canada's music elite will gather in Regina, Saskatchewan for the annual celebration of the best in Canadian and international music. Connect Hearing, which has a clinic in the Saskatchewan province, believes this is an excellent week to not only get into the spirit of honouring musicians but to inform them and their fans on ways to protect against hearing loss.
"Music is one of the great parts of life. While we always take precautions to protect our hearing health when listening to music in concert or at home, we are huge fans of music and the talented artists who make it," says MJ DeSousa, Connect Hearing's Director of Professional Practice. "Our Top 10 list is a fun way to remember that many sounds are precious and we want to ensure we continue to enjoy them."
Here are the Connect Hearing Top 10 Songs About Sound:
1. Sounds of Silence by Simon & Garfunkel
2. Heard It Through the Grapevine by Marvin Gaye
3. Twist and Shout by The Beatles
4. Talkin' Bout a Revolution by Tracy Chapman
5. Rebel Yell by Billy Idol
6. Speed of Sound by Coldplay
7. Can You Hear Me Knockin' by the Rolling Stones
8. Careless Whisper by George Michael
9. Come on Feel the Noise by Quiet Riot
10. Enjoy the Silence by Depeche Mode
Have a favourite song about sound of your own? Share it on Connect Hearing's Facebook page (Facebook.com/ConnectHearingCanada).
Find out more about ear protection and what to do to prevent hearing loss on Connect Hearing's informative blog: https://connecthearing.ca/articles/post/28.php
For more information about Connect Hearing and to learn about its complimentary hearing tests across Canada, visit www.connecthearing.ca.
Deb Morse, Elevation PR
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