Grand Prize (both autographed books and a $25 iTunes gift card)
Mini Grand Prize (both autographed books and a $15 iTunes gift card):
Signed copy of Kitchen Stitches:
Signed copy of Seamingly Scrappy:
Congrats to all of the winners. You have until the end of the week to send me your snail mail address to claim your prize before I choose a new winner. If you didn't get an e-mail from me, there wasn't an e-mail address left or you are set up as a no reply. E-mail me your information to rubybluequilts (at) gmail (dot) com.
And since this was so much fun, I wanted to share with you which music you guessed that I listen to, the music you guessed I don't listen to, and some of my other personal favorites.
Let's get started with the correct guesses. These play either on my Pandora, my CDs, my MP3s, the radio, or you may find me dancing to them in public given the chance:
Luke Bryan (I'm actually seeing him in concert this summer)
Jason Aldean (I'm going to see him too)
Straight No Chaser
Taylor Swift (yes, kinda sorta still)
The Band Perry
Miranda Lambert (seeing her with Jason Aldean!)
Florida Georgia Line (seeing them with Jason too, it's gonna be a great concert)
So that didn't leave many guesses that I don't listen to. That left:
the Rankin Family
Springsteen (hate me if you must)
Toby Keith (not a big fan)
Mumford and Sons
Eagles (again, hate me if you must)
Hank Williams Jr.
Beach Boys (however I grew up listening to 45s on my grandparents jukebox, they're just not in my current playlist)
Okay, maybe now that I see it all in a list, there may have been more that I don't listen to. And trust me, I may not dislike their music, but it's not something I regularly seek out and listen to.
And now for the odd balls. Here's some music I listen to all the time that may surprise you:
Lindsey Stirling (seriously, check her out, she's AMAZING)
Nat King Cole
JANET JACKSON (enough said)
30 Seconds to Mars
Theory of a Deadman
Zac Brown Band
And many many more!
So as you can see I like my rock, especially hard rock (it helps to quilt faster), some country (which is what I grew up on...), some 80's (but when you're a child of the 80's...) some 70's rock (when your parents grew up in that era...), and some classics. Probably not the music you had in mind. Or atleast some of them. I just looked and between my Hubby and I we have 254 different artists in our iPods... That's not including the stacks of CDs we still have :)
But thanks for stopping by if you're still reading this and if there's anything else you think I should listen to, please share! Have a great day and congrats to the winners again!