Save Money By…Listening to Music on GrooveShark

December 19th, 2009 by chris Leave a reply »

groovesharkNo one is doubting that Journey’s epic love ballads are the soundtrack to your life.  

But that being said, do you really need to drop $.99 so you can hear “Don’t Stop Believin’” for the thousandth time.  I mean, you don’t even get the trailing “g” in that purchase.

And I don’t think Steve Perry needs the money.  

So, my Save Money Tip of the day is to listen to free music online at GrooveShark.com, a site where you can build a playlist, listen to it, save it, and come back to it at your leisure.  It’s a very cool ad-supported free music site–and it seems like it shouldn’t be legal, but it is.  

Listen to free music at Grooveshark.com

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5 comments

  1. dude says:

    It gets better when they release their mobile apps. You can have your favorite music on the go.

  2. Lourie Reinke says:

    Awesome stuff! We really liked this piece – transparent and concise, exactly what we like

  3. Gregory Despain says:

    Good information. Thanks for taking the time to write that for me. I love music and grooveshark is a great site.

  4. Ralph Breu says:

    I couldn’t agree more! I was searching on bing when I found your post, and I found just what I was looking for. I’ve added your rss feed to my Google reader, I look forward to more posts from you. Thanks!

  5. Ilene says:

    I love using torrent and p2p, but I also have checked out Grooveshark. It’s a great way to save money online. I dig it.