Face the Music Foundation’s 2018 New Year’s Eve Playlist


We here at Face The Music Foundation want to wish you a happy, healthy, and sober New Year! Whether you’re taking your first steps towards sobriety, are in the midst of recovery, or have been in recovery for a long while, the New Year is always a time of intense reflection on who we once were and on who we will be in the future. Regardless of whether your year was great, terrible, or a mixed bag, we get the chance to start things anew with the advent of the new calendar year, and we hope that we can help start your year off right with this New Year’s playlist our wonderful staff came together and crafted just for your ears!

This year is almost over, and we encourage you to usher in the new one with open arms and these uplifting songs. Music connects us and can save us in ways we would never have imagined, and we hope that this playlist helps you just as much as it helped us while we were compiling it. We hope you have the happiest New Year, and we look forward to celebrating sobriety with you this upcoming year.

  1. One Man Can Change the World – Big Sean
  2. Not Afraid – Eminem
  3. It’s Been a While – Staind
  4. She Talks to Angels – Black Crowes
  5. Humble and Kind – Tim McGraw
  6. The World’s Greatest – R. Kelley
  7. H.O.L.Y. – Florida Georgia Line
  8. I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
  9. Who I Am Hates Who I’ve Been – Relient K
  10. Man in the Mirror – Michael Jackson
  11. You Are Not Alone – Michael Jackson
  12. Touch the Sky – Kanye West (ft. Lupe Fiasco)
  13. Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
  14. High Hopes – Panic! At the Disco
  15. Can’t Stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake
  16. Glorious – Macklemore
  17. Never Give Up – Sia
  18. Fighter – Gym Class Heroes (ft. Ryan Tedder)
  19. Unwritten – Natasha Bedingfield
  20. Hall of Fame – The Script (ft. will.i.am)
  21. Breaking the Habit – Linkin Park
  22. Black as Night – Nahko and Medicine for the People

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Many never seek treatment for addiction because of the cost. Face the Music Foundation is looking to help as many people as possible take the financial worry out of addiction treatment so they don’t have to choose between their savings and their sobriety. We need your help to get it done.