On a Playful Brick

To me, art is one of the (if not the most) ultimate expressions of human creativity. It’s easy to apply that thought to paintings, drawings, and sculptures – but it also applies (and not limited to) music, architecture, closing, photography, and countless creations of woodwork, jewelry, knitting, pottery, and embroidery..

For many months, my wife and I looked forward to visiting an exhibit before it left Cincinnati’s Museum Center – an exhibit of something many of us played with – a toy – yet, the fundamental ingredient of an art form – LEGO® bricks.

Art of the Brick is an exhibit featuring the work of Nathan Sawaya – a contemporary artist who uses LEGO® bricks to replicate his expressions of great art and his own original art through these toyful bricks.

Lego Entrance

Although the exhibit contained over 100 pieces, the comparative images of Sawaya’s work to the originals impressed me …

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… but so did his replications of the Mona Lisa (da Vinci), Starry Night (Van Gogh), and others …

… and so did this (I’m guessing) 10 ft (3 m) version of the iconic Moai on Easter Island composed of over 75,000 individual bricks …

Lego Moai

.. Sorry to say I didn’t get of a good picture this 20 ft (6 m) long replication of Tyrannosaurus rex of over 80,000 bricks, but The Guardian did (which I will list in the Additional Resources at the end of this post)

Mr. Sawaya also created original contemporary work How could one not love the swimmer in the pool of bricks …

Lego Swimmer

… and Yellow: the expression of a life-sized man ripping open his chest …

Lego Yellow

.. and a unique collection of other originals …

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… and even the Flying Pig specifically done for the people of Cincinnati in this exhibit.

Lego Flying Pig

Art of the Brick is a fun and impressive exhibit. Although it’s run in Cincinnati is ending, multiple exhibits are currently touring across the globe. See the Additional Information at the end that includes the tour’s world-wide schedule. Any favorites?

Videos
The Exhibit

From the artist

Testimonials

The exhibit challenges the concept of what is art. What is a toy. And even the limits of human imagination. It’s a playground where pigs are let loose to fly. – Carol Motsinger, Cincinnati.com

Is it a grown-up version of child’s play? Yes. Is it art? Yes — and not merely in the kitschy tradition of Warhol. In addition to presenting an 80,020-piece Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton and plastic reproductions of famous masterpieces, the exhibition is surprisingly contemplative. – Kathy Schwartz, CityBeat

Sure, it might start with a brick, but it takes an impressive amount of vision to build upon that first step and take the concept to the finish line. Because while we’ve all, at one time or another, built a house out of LEGOs, we haven’t built the world’s largest display of LEGO art. That claim belongs to Sawaya. – Leah Zipperstein, Cincinnati Refined

While I loved seeing the well-known works of art re-imagined and created in LEGO® bricks, I was totally enamored with the creativity displayed by the original works of Nathan Sawaya.” – Bridgett Raffenberg, 365Cincinnati.com

This exhibit isn’t just for LEGO fanatics…everyone is going to love this collection of works of art using LEGO bricks. – Katie S., TheLittleThingsJournal.com

Each room of the exhibit has a WOW factor! It’s hard to pick a favorite when you see how diverse Nathan’s skills are. It’s incredible to think of the foresight and planning that went into creating each sculpture. – Nedra McDaniel, AdventureMomBlog.com

Additional Information
Exhibit’s website
The Touring Schedule
The Artist
Images from The Guardian

Art of the Brick is something to think about. After all, this exhibit may be near you.

Lego Ponder

Colors: The Musical – Act 5: Blue

The Story
Color is a large, broad topic, yet color is a human perspective.
We see because cones on the eye’s retina detects a specified range of colors in light, transforms the light messages into nerve impulses to be sent to the brain for interpretation and translation into sight. If it wasn’t for the cones on the retina we wouldn’t see the range of colors that we do … but we could still see without cones.

Colors are a range in the visible light spectrum that correspond to some guy named Roy G Biv. We categorize colors into different levels as primary, secondary, and intermediate. involve tints, shades, and hues with neutrals, pastels, warm/cool, and complementary/contrast … yet designers and artists organize usable colors into a palate.

While a color space organizes colors, a color model serves as a mathematical interpretation … yet 216 colors have been identified as safe for web pages – each with an identify code – each with its own mixture of RGB (red, green, blue), HSL (hue, saturation, lightness and HSB (hue, saturation, brightness).

Cultures adapt colors as symbolisms. The same color can mean excitement, purity, danger, success, and more … yet colors are associated with personality, psychology, meditation, philosophy, and marketing.

No matter the perception, scheme, physics, theory, psychology, or culture, this experience is Color: The Musical.

ColorsPlaybillPROGRAM
Act 1: Black
Act 2: Red
Act 3: Orange and Yellow
Act 4: Green

Act 5: Blue
Blue – the range of colors between green and violet with a wavelength between 450-495 nanometers

Blue – one of the three primary colors in painting

Blue – combining it with different colors yield something new … therefore creating green from yellow, violet from red, and different shades of itself from black, gray, or white

Blue – the color we associate with the oceans … and its dominance on the Earth’s surface that serves as the basis of The Blue Planet – which leads to Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot (one of my favorite videos)

Blue – the color of nobility, the working class, the peaceful, the faithful, the loyal, and the harmonious … but also as a sign of cold, exhaustion, the unexpected, the indecent, and depression

Blue – the focus of this collaboration with Marina

Guidelines
Songs must have Blue in the title

Cautions

  • No songs using blue as a compound word (bluebird, Bluetooth etc)
  • No songs using a form of blue (blues, bluest, blueness, etc)
  • No songs using shades or hues of blue (as blue-green, aquamarine, navy, cobalt, and others)
  • OK! Hyphenated words with blue (blue-eyed turtle), but not when as a shade (blue-green).
  • No duplicates songs regardless of artists

Production Note
To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please 1) include the song title and artist in your text, and 2) paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.

Announcement
Blue is a wonderful color that is a favorite to many. You’ve seen my gravatar of a blue eye. Although that is not mine, my eyes are blue. Donald Raye and Freddie Slack wrote the opening song in 1946. Since then, many have recorded it. I enjoy the toe-tapping rhythms of what I call Texas swing, so a loud welcome to Asleep at the Wheel with House of Blue Lights.

Colors: The Musical – Act 4: Green

The Story
Color is a large, broad topic, yet color is a human perspective.

We see because cones on the eye’s retina detects a specified range of colors in light, transforms the light messages into nerve impulses to be sent to the brain for interpretation and translation into sight. If it wasn’t for the cones on the retina we wouldn’t see the range of colors that we do … but we could still see without cones.

Colors are a range in the visible light spectrum that correspond to some guy named Roy G Biv. We categorize colors into different levels as primary, secondary, and intermediate. involve tints, shades, and hues with neutrals, pastels, warm/cool, and complementary/contrast … yet designers and artists organize usable colors into a palate.

While a color space organizes colors, a color model serves as a mathematical interpretation … yet 216 colors have been identified as safe for web pages – each with an identify code – each with its own mixture of RGB (red, green, blue), HSL (hue, saturation, lightness and HSB (hue, saturation, brightness).

Cultures adapt color for various symbolisms. The same color can mean excitement, purity, danger, success, and more … yet colors are associated with personality, psychology, meditation, philosophy, and marketing.

No matter the perception, scheme, physics, theory, psychology, or culture, this experience is Color: The Musical.

ColorsPlaybillPROGRAM
Act 1: Black
Act 2: Red
Act 3: Orange and Yellow

Act 4: Green

Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises. (Pedro Calderon de la Barca, dramatist)

For in the true nature of things, if we rightly consider, every green tree is far more glorious than if it were made of gold and silver. (Martin Luther, theologian)

Beauty, sweet love, is like the morning dew, Whose short refresh upon tender green, Cheers for a time, but till the sun doth show And straight is gone, as it had never been. (Samuel Daniel, poet)

Green – the color associated with 495-570 nanometers of light.

Green – the color between blue and yellow.

Green – an apple, avocado, many leafy vegetables, an emerald.

Green – a light, signal, the color of safety, and so much more.

Green – the theme for Act 4.

Guidelines
Songs must have Green in the title.

Cautions

  • No songs using green as a compound word (evergreen, greensleeves, greenfields, etc)
  • No songs using a form of green (greener, greenest, greeny, greenery, etc)
  • No songs using shades or hues as blue-green, aqua, jade, emerald, and others
  • OK! Hyphenated words with green (green-eyed turtle), but not when as a shade (blue-green).
  • No duplicates songs regardless of artists

Production Note
To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please 1) include the song title and artist in your text, and 2) paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.

Announcement
The songs with green in the title is a long list – a list that includes one of my all-time favorite songs. A surprise song popped out above the others. One that I didn’t know, but the titled tugged at my heart. The opening song is about a different place – the one in Kentucky, not mine in Ohio. (Past post explains the differences.) Nonetheless, let give a big and loud welcome to The Everly Brothers singing Bowling Green.

Colors: The Musical – Act 3: Orange and Yellow

The Story
Color is a large, broad topic, yet color is a human perspective.

We see because cones on the eye’s retina detects a specified range of colors in light, transforms the light messages into nerve impulses to be sent to the brain for interpretation and translation into sight. If it wasn’t for the cones on the retina we wouldn’t see the range of colors that we do … but we could still see without cones.

Colors are a range in the visible light spectrum that correspond to some guy named Roy G Biv. We categorize colors into different levels as primary, secondary, and intermediate. involve tints, shades, and hues with neutrals, pastels, warm/cool, and complementary/contrast … yet designers and artists organize usable colors into a palate.

While a color space organizes colors, a color model serves as a mathematical interpretation … yet 216 colors have been identified as safe for web pages – each with an identify code – each with its own mixture of RGB (red, green, blue), HSL (hue, saturation, lightness and HSB (hue, saturation, brightness).

Cultures adapt color for various symbolisms. The same color can mean excitement, purity, danger, success, and more … yet colors are associated with personality, psychology, meditation, philosophy, and marketing.

No matter the perception, scheme, physics, theory, psychology, or culture, this experience is Color: The Musical.

ColorsPlaybillPROGRAM
Act 1: Black
Act 2: Red

Act 3: Orange and Yellow

Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot, others transform a yellow spot into the sun.
(Pablo Picasso, artist)

Fall is my favorite my time of the year. I love it. I’ll try to make it back to Vancouver a bunch. I love going back home for that. Everything turns orange. You start to get out of summer, start making your way into the winter, everyone is wearing jackets. Vancouver lights up in the fall, so I definitely go back there for a bit. (Jean-Luc Bilodeau, actor)

Orange and yellow – neighbors on the color spectrum with wavelengths between 570-620 nanometers … with orange flanked by red and yellow – which is flanked by orange and green.

Orange from the Old French orenge and Arabic naranj – with its first recorded English use in 1512.

Yellow from the Old English geolu, which is derived from the Proto-Germanic word gelwaz – and oldest use dates back to 700.

Orange … the color of its namesake fruit – plus carrots, pumpkins, apricots, cantaloupes, and autumn leaves.

Yellow .. the color bananas, lemons, squash, daffodils, many flowers, and more.

Orange … a royal house, a color on flags of a nation, and associated with life preservers, robes of young Buddhist monks, red rocks, a Hindu holy man, and saffron.

Yellow … a color symbolizing sunlight, wisdom, warmth and reason.

Orange … a color of entertainment, frivolity, visibility, warning, and taking risk

Yellow … a complement to purple as orange is to blue

There is no blue without yellow and without orange. (Vincent Van Gogh, artist)

Guidelines
Songs with Orange or Yellow must be in the title

Cautions

  • No songs using yellow or orange as a compound word (yellowbird, yellowtails, orangewood etc)
  • No songs using a form of yellow or orange (yellower, yellowest etc)
  • No songs using shades or hues of orange or yellow
  • No duplicates songs regardless of artists

Production Note
To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please 1) include the song title and artist in your text, and 2) paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.

Announcement
We combined orange and yellow to form Act 3 to keep the musical moving while making it an enjoyable experience for all. With my birthday being not long ago, a journey back to the time I was 10 – and that would be 1963, and the great Bobby Darin delivered this song that also served as the title of his latest album. This song didn’t come close to topping the charts, but we love a trip back in time. Ladies and gentlemen – Welcome the great Bobby Darin with 18 Yellow Roses.

Colors: The Musical – Act 2: Red

The Story
Color is a large, broad topic, yet color is a human perspective.

We see because cones on the eye’s retina detects a specified range of colors in light, transforms the light messages into nerve impulses to be sent to the brain for interpretation and translation into sight. If it wasn’t for the cones on the retina we wouldn’t see the range of colors that we do … but we could still see without cones.

Colors are a range in the visible light spectrum that correspond to some guy named Roy G Biv. We categorize colors into different levels as primary, secondary, and intermediate. involve tints, shades, and hues with neutrals, pastels, warm/cool, and complementary/contrast … yet designers and artists organize usable colors into a palate.

While a color space organizes colors, a color model serves as a mathematical interpretation … yet 216 colors have been identified as safe for web pages – each with an identify code – each with its own mixture of RGB (red, green, blue), HSL (hue, saturation, lightness and HSB (hue, saturation, brightness).

Cultures adapt color for various symbolisms. The same color can mean excitement, purity, danger, success, and more … yet colors are associated with personality, psychology, meditation, philosophy, and marketing.

No matter the perception, scheme, physics, theory, psychology, or culture, this experience is Color: The Musical.

ColorsPlaybillPROGRAM
Act 1: Black

Act 2: Red
Red – one end of the visible spectrum of light with a wavelength of roughly 620–740 nanometers.

Red – one of the first colors used by early humans.

Red – one of the additive primary colors (with blue and green), but also a subtractive primary color (with yellow and blue).

Red – a color associated with love .. but also hatred, anger, aggression and war. warning, and danger.

Red – in history symbolizing blood, courage, nobility, fire, revolution, authority, nobility.

Red – the color bulls, dogs, and other animals cannot distinguish.

Red – the theme for Act 2.

Guidelines
Songs with Red must be in the title

Cautions

  • No songs using black as a compound word (redbird, redneck, redbud etc)
  • No songs using a form of black (reds, redder, reddest, etc)
  • No songs using shades (crimson, scarlet, pink, etc)
  • No duplicates songs regardless of artists

Production Note
To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please 1) include the song title and artist in your text, and 2) paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.

Announcement
Red is a wonderful color, and with Valentine’s Day approaching, it was the obvious selection for this act. Selecting the opening song was difficult. In this case, many famous artists have recorded the song, but after seeing the accompanying visuals, you will understand why the decision suddenly became easy. Ladies and gentlemen – all the way from Los Angeles, California, give a warm welcome to The Platters singing Red Sails in the Sunset.

Colors: The Musical – Act 1: Black

The Story
Color is a large, broad topic, yet color is a human perspective.

We see because cones on the eye’s retina detects a specified range of colors in light, transforms the light messages into nerve impulses to be sent to the brain for interpretation and translation into sight. If it wasn’t for the cones on the retina we wouldn’t see the range of colors that we do … but we could still see without cones.

Colors are a range in the visible light spectrum that correspond to some guy named Roy G Biv. We categorize colors into different levels as primary, secondary, and intermediate. involve tints, shades, and hues with neutrals, pastels, warm/cool, and complementary/contrast … yet designers and artists organize usable colors into a palate.

While a color space organizes colors, a color model serves as a mathematical interpretation … yet 216 colors have been identified as safe for web pages – each with an identify code – each with its own mixture of RGB (red, green, blue), HSL (hue, saturation, lightness and HSB (hue, saturation, brightness).

Cultures adapt color for various symbolisms. The same color can mean excitement, purity, danger, success, and more … yet colors are associated with personality, psychology, meditation, philosophy, and marketing.

No matter the perception, scheme, physics, theory, psychology, or culture, this experience is Color:The Musical.

ColorsPlaybillPROGRAM

Act 1: Black

Black – the darkest of all colors – yet without color.

Black – a conundrum – the complete absorption of light – yet the color we see in the absence of light.

Black, the color associated with clergy, judges, government, poets, business, and fashion elegance – yet the color linked to mourning, evil, secrets, magic, and violence.

Black the color of the night and mystery – yet the color of clarity with the printed word.

Black is a term with wide application – Black Friday, black tie, black mark, black market, blacklist, black mark, black ball, black sheep, and in the black.

Black – a color on the flag representing Belgium, Egypt, Estonia, Germany, and South Africa

Guidelines
Songs with Black must be in the title

Cautions

  • No songs using black as a compound word (blackbird, blackout, blackberry etc)
  • No songs using a form of black (blacks, blackie, blackness, etc) .. .just “black”
  • No duplicate songs regardless of artists

Production Note
To prevent browsers crashing from loading too many videos, please 1) include the song title and artist in your text, and 2) paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.

Announcement
Welcome to Opening Night of the latest musical by aFa Productions: Colors: The Musical.

Selecting the opening song for the opening act of a new musical is never easy – especially when one of my favorite songs would qualify. But, I decided to go outside the box with the one from Arkansas whose first band was the Landsberg Barbarians. The one who is a member of both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Country Music Hall of Fame. The one who wore black as in Man in Black – Johnny Cash!

Sky: The Musical – The Song List

Sky: The Musical is over – and participants have come through in flying colors. A tip of the cap to all who took us on a 5-act, 179-song musical journey across the sky and clouds to the sun, moon, and stars. Use this list to establish your own digital copy of this musical extravaganza.

PlaybillSkyAct 1: Sky (30 songs)
Eye in the Sky (Alan Parsons Project)
A Sky Full of Stars (Coldplay)
Sunny Skies (James Taylor)
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (Beatles)
Cloudy Skies (Ugly Kid Joe)
Ghost Riders in the Sky (Johnny Cash)
Spirit in the Sky (Norman Greenbaum)
Sky Pilot (The Animals)
Blue Skies (Willie Nelson & Kenny Rogers)
Cold Sky (Cyndi Lauper)
Bones in the Sky (Dan Fogelberg)
Sky Blue (Peter Gabriel)
Blue as the Iowa Sky (February Sky)
The Sky is Cryin’ (Stevie Ray Vaughan, BB King, Albert King)
Under Paris Skies (Andy Williams)
Point Me at the Sky (Pink Floyd)
Under the Starry Sky (Joan Sutherland)
Cabin in the Sky (Ella Fitzgerald)
Ole Buttermilk Sky (Hoagie Carmichael)
Mr. Blue Sky (Electric Light Orchestra)
Touch the Sky (Kayne West)
Let the Sky Fall (Ten Years After)
White Sky (Vampire Weekend)
Ribbon in the Sky (Stevie Wonder)
Iron Sky (Paolo Nutini)
Big Sky (Annie Lennox)
Wheel in the Sky (Journey)
Sky Blue and Black (Jackson Browne)
The Sky Fell Down (Frank Sinatra)
Push Away the Sky (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds)

PlaybillSkyAct 2: Sun (39 songs)
Here Comes the Sun (George Harrison)
Keep on the Sunny Side (Carter Family)
House of the Rising Sun (The Animals)
On the Sunny Side of the Street (Louis Armstrong)
Midnight Sun (Lionel Hampton)
Whiskey When the Sun Goes Down (Jimmy Rankin)
Black Hole Sun (Soundgarden)
I’ll Follow the Sun (The Beatles)
Sunny Girlfriend (The Monkeys)
That Lucky Old Sun (Ray Charles)
The Warmth of the Sun (Beach Boys)
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore (Walker Brothers)
Sunny (Boney M)
Soak Up the Sun (Sheryl Crow)
The Sun (Paulo Nutini)
Island in the Sun (Weezer)
Waiting for the Sun (The Doors)
East of the Sun, West of the Moon (Diana Krall)
Sun and Steel (Iron Maiden)
Sun is Shining (Axwell & Ingrosso Tomorrowland)
Village of the Sun (Frank Zappa)
Setting Sun (The Chemical Brothers)
Who Loves the Sun (Velvet Underground)
California Sun (The Rivieras)
Morning Sun (Robbie Williams)
Sun in the Stream (Enya)
Sunny Afternoon (The Kinks)
Ain’t Goin’ Down Till the Sun Comes Up (Garth Brooks)
Catching the Sun (Spiro Gyra)
The Sun King (The Beatles)
Invisible Sun (The Police)
Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying (Gerry and the Pacemakers)
Keep Your Sunny Side Up (The Kentucky Serenaders)
Colour of the Sun (Jimmy Buffett)
Brothers Under the Sun (Bryan Adams)
Circles Around the Sun (Dispatch)
Sunny Days (Lighthouse)
Where Does the Sun Go? (Jackie Deshannon)
I Don’t Care If the Sun Don’t Shine (Elvis Presley)

PlaybillSkyAct 3: Clouds (25 songs)
Cloud Nine (The Temptations)
Cloudy (Simon and Garfunkel)
Cloud in My Heart (Muddy Waters)
Cloud on My Tongue (Tori Amos)
Bouncing Off Clouds (Tori Amos)
Behind the Clouds (Brad Paisley)
Get Off My Cloud (Rolling Stones)
Brain Cloudy Blues (Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys)
Cloudy Lucky Seven (Guy Mitchell)
Cloudy Morning (Tony Bennett)
Liza (All the Clouds Roll Away) (Thelonious Monk)
Cloudy Skies (Ugly Kid Joe)
Grey Cloudy Lies (George Harrison)
Cloud 9 (George Harrison)
On a Cloud (Platinum Pied Pipers)
Cloud Nine (Bryan Adams)
Feet in the Clouds (Paul McCartney)
Cloud of Dust (Brad Paisley)
Cloud Aura (Charli XCX)
Till the Clouds Roll By (June Allison & Ray McDonald)
Far Above the Clouds (Mike Oldfield)
Clear or Cloudy (Sting)
Above the Clouds (Paul Weller)
The Clouds are Full of Wine (Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band)
Heavy Cloud No Rain (Sting)

PlaybillSkyAct 4: Moon (54 songs)
Fly Me to the Moon (Frank Sinatra)
Moon River (Audrey Hepburn)
Silvery Moon (Doris Day & Gordon MacRae)
Blue Moon (The Marcels)
New Blue Moon (Traveling Wilburys)
Moon Over Parador Anthem (Sammy Davis, Jr)
Light of the Moon (The Pretenders)
The Man In The Moon Is A Lady (Bea Arthur)
I Wished On the Moon (Frank Sinatra)
The Moon Song (The Hound + The Fox)
Moon Over Miami (Connee Boswell)
Almost Full Moon (Enigma)
My Moon, My Man (Feist)
Girl on the Moon (Foreigner)
Ticket To The Moon (Electric Light Orchestra)
Monkberry Moon Delight (Sir Paul McCartney)
Morning Moon (The Tragically Hip)
Half Moon Bay (Dan Fogelberg)
Sad Moon (Bruce Hornsby)
Sister Moon (Sting)
Moon over Bourbon Street (Sting)
Bad Moon Rising (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Once in a Blue Moon (Van Morrison)
Luna Che Non C’è (Andrea Bocelli) … The Moon Is Not There
Man on the Moon (R.E.M)
Song About the Moon (Simon and Garfunkel)
Like Reaching For the Moon (Billie Holiday)
Star & the Moon (Audra McDonald)
Moon at My Window (Joni Mitchell)
Mad Man Moon (Genesis)
A Better Moon (Ian Anderson)
Walking on the Moon (The Police)
Moon Trance (Lindsey Stirling)
Havana Moon (Santana)
Shine on Harvest Moon (Four Aces)
The Moon Is Yellow (Frank Sinatra)
Mr. Moon (Dick Hyman)
Full Moon Night (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Shepherd Moons (Enya)
Hollow Moon (Bad Wolf)
To the Moon and Back (Savage Garden)
Yellow Moon (The Neville Brothers)
Pink Moon (Nick Drake)
Harvest Moon (Neil Young)
It’s Only a Paper Moon (Nat King Cole)
Virginia Moon (Foo Fighters featuring Norah Jones)
Coon on the Moon (Howlin’ Wolf)
Racing with the Moon (Vaughn Monroe)
Carolina Moon (Connie Francis)
Cajun Moon (Maria Muldaur, JJ Cale, & Eric Clapton)
Mr. Moon (Boswell Sisters and the Dorsey Brothers)
Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd)
Concentration Moon (Frank Zappa)
No Moon At All (Julie London)

PlaybillSkyAct 5: Stars (31 songs)
Counting Stars (OneRepublic)
Star Wars Theme (John Williams & the London Symphony Orchestra)
When You Wish Upon a Star (Jiminy Cricket, Cliff Edwards)
Sky Full of Stars (Coldplay)
Catching a Falling Star (Perry Como)
Stars (Simply Red)
Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Star (Merle Haggard)
January Stars (Sting)
Stars Fell On Alabama (Cannonball Adderley Quintet)
Hong Kong Star Boy (Buffy Sainte-Marie)
Video Killed The Radio Star (The Buggles)
Secret of the Stars (Symphony of Science
We Are All Made of Stars (Moby)
Star Eyes (Charlie Parker Quartet)
Stars (Janis Ian)
Shining Star (Earth Wind & Fire)
Star With No Name (MK-O)
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star (Jewel)
Stars (Ulrich Scnauss)
Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes (Perry Como)
Stars Tonight (Lady Antebellum)
Bright Star of Bethlehem (Melanie McMillan)
Star of the East (Judy Garland)
Lost Stars (Adam Levine)
Star of Bethlehem (Neil Young)
Swinging on a Star (Bing Crosby)
Stairway to the Stars (Johnny Mathis)
East of the Sun, and West of the Moon (Diana Krall)
Star of Sirius (Steve Hackett)
A Seed’s a Star (Stevie Wonder)
Star Me Kitten (R.E.M.)

I will announce the next act something this month (January).