On October 26 The Hub Network launches Spooksville, its first-ever scripted series and ETonline asked star Keean Johnson to mark the milestone by giving us a glimpse inside his brain in the most intimate way possible: via music!
"I have been a dancer since I was five years old, so music has always been an immense part of my life," Johnson tells ETonline. "This playlist is a compilation of my favorite music and musical artists to dance to, or just to listen how clever the song is."
Lose Yourself by EminemWith all the candy you're about to eat, This song will definitely help get the blood flowing.
Howlin For You by Black Keys
The perfect song to drive to.
Don't Wait For Me by Josh Garrels
Really mellow and feel good song. He makes you smile.
Brother by Matt Corby
Really gritty Aussie singer. Every song of his is completely different.
Staring At The Stars by Passenger
Basically anything from this album is brilliant. Very flowing with witty lyrics.
Trouble Town by Jake Bugg
Old Blues and modern alternative mixed together. Such a talented singer/songwriter and only 19.
Beach Baby by Bon Iver
Unlike any singer you have ever heard.
Follow You Down To The Red Oak Tree by James Vincent McMorrow
Also unlike any singer you've ever heard.
Black Flies by Ben Howard
Extremely poetic with an incredible guitar accompanying it.
(Night Time) Is The Right Time by Ray Charles
The king of Blues, Rock and Roll, Jazz, Country, R&B, And Gospel. A legend that everyone needs to know.
White Picket Castle by Theo Katzman
The perfect song to dance to (especially with a girl).
Spooksville premieres October 26 on The Hub Network.