Songs for your New Year’s Party

Every NYE party needs tunes while you and your guest are celebrating ‘Happy End Year’ and waiting for the clock to turn 12! Here are some of our picks for songs that are sure to rock your night!

The Isley Brothers – “Shout”

Taylor Swift – “New Year’s Day”

Bon Jovi – “New Year’s Day”

Otis Redding and Carla Thomas – “A New Year’s Resolution”

Bing Crosby – ” Let’s Start the New Year Right”

Pink – “Raise Your Glass”

Prince – “1999”

Sugarland – “Maybe Baby (New Year’s Day)

Rod Stewart and Ella Fitzgerald – “What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?”

The Eagles – “Funky New Year”

Brad Paisley – “Welcome to the Future”

Journey – “Don’t Stop Believin”

Icona Pop feat. Charli XCX – “I Love It”

Eric Clapton – “After Midnight”

Europe – “The Final Countdown”

Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians – Auld Lang Syne

What would you add to this list? Share with your friends and make a game out of singing to these hit tunes from today or yesteryear.

5 New Year’s Good Luck Traditions From Around the World

1. Black-eyed peas & collard greens

This tradition is said to bring you money as the collard greens represent cash and the black-eyed peas represent coins.

2. Fish for dinner

Rumor has it that since fish swim in one-direction, forward, its good luck as it will be a forward moving year.

3. Wearing White

In Brazil, it’s common to wear white, as is it is rumored to bring good luck and peace.

4. Breaking dishes

In Denmark, smashing plates/dishes is a tradition. The more pieces of the plate, the more your luck will be.

5. Jump into the New Year

In Denmark, people stand on chairs on New Years eve. Once it’s the new year, they jump onto the floor. This is to symbolize jumping into the new year.