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by Robbie Imes, 4 min read

In cooler weather, taking advantage of the evening air is a must. Evening walks, runs, or even drives can be magical. The sun goes down, the air is crisp, and the evening is alive with possibilities. And there’s no other way to make the great moments better than with your favorite music. 

Streaming services are the perfect place to find some of the coolest playlists around. Whether you like rock, jazz, R&B, country, or pop, there’s no shortage of something you will find to love. 

And it doesn’t matter what streaming service you have, albeit Apple, Spotify or anything else. All that matters is that you can access the music you want, when you want it, wherever you are, as long as you have a good connection to wireless.

Here are five of the best playlists for you to jam out to on the cooler nights of the season, no matter what your activity is. 


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Pigeons & Planes

An amazing playlist for those that love discovering new music that you might not necessarily find in the mainstream lists.


Every Number One: 2022

This is THE playlist for singing in the shower or epic road trips. Singalongs for hours.


Run This Town

Working out has never been more fun with this incredible list of songs.


70s Smash Hits

Love 70s music? This is the must-listen to playlist you never knew you needed.


Living in the Library

We didn’t forget electronic fans! An incredible playlist to work to, or simply just chill.


Country’s Greatest Hits

Country fans say hey! All your country music needs in one playlist.


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The information included within this article is AT&T sponsored content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.