The Tune Into English website is free and always will be.
With around 15 worksheets published annually, as well as over 15,000 regularly updated karaoke songs, this is the web’s largest resource for learning English through pop music.
However, if you have enjoyed using the website since 2005, perhaps you would consider subscribing for exclusive content for less than the price of one coffee a month…
Here’s what’s on offer, for an annual subscription of €12 (€1 a month):
Weekly exclusive email (beginning 9th May), delivered on Fridays, with daily anniversaries for the coming week (Monday to Sunday) based on important dates and the Tune Into English Diaries, as well as lyric videos (where possible) for the Number Ones from 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 years ago. See the first email below.
Note: you can also pay by credit card on Paypal, without registering.
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Also available, as one-off payments:
€15 – weekly email for one year as above plus one month’s exclusive access to the recording of The Tune Into English Live Stream and The Tune Into English Roadshow 2021-2022
€20 – all of the above plus one month’s exclusive access to the recordings of Ten Years of The Tune Into English Roadshow, Tune Into The Beatles and Tune Into Christmas
€120 – all of the above plus a one-hour online Roadshow with your class.
Or perhaps you’d prefer to just donate (and receive a free book)…
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Subscribers-only email – sample mailing:
Tune Into English Weekly Update: May 4th-10th 2020
International Firefighters’ Day
Into The Fire – Bruce Springsteen Lyric video – Worksheet
1969, The Beatles completed the recording of ‘Something’, on the first of four days recording at Olympic Sound Studios, London.
The Beatles – An integrated technical-cultural-linguistic experience in Modern Music History worksheet
1986, Michael Jackson entered the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest endorsement agreement in history, when he signed a deal with Pepsi-Cola for $15 million.
Billie Jean lyric video
1979, After Queen’s tour of Japan Freddie Mercury flew to Bali, Indonesia, for a holiday.
Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen Lyric video – Worksheet – Tune Dance
1999, David Bowie was awarded an honorary doctorate by Boston’s Berklee College of Music and delivered the commencement address to graduates at the 4,000-seater Hynes Convention Center.
“Heroes” Lyric video – Worksheet – Tune show
1965, Colonel Tom Parker produced a special Mother’s Day radio show broadcast across the country, with the aim of promoting Elvis’ songs and commemorating his mother Gladys. He repeated the endeavour the following year.
Love Me Tender lyric video
Always On My Mind Worksheet
1970, David Bowie was awarded an Ivor Novello Award for Best Original Song for ‘Space Oddity’, performing the song during the live worldwide broadcast.
Number Ones, 4th May:
UK Do You Mind?-Anthony Newley
US Stuck On You- Elvis Presley
UK Spirit in the Sky-Norman Greenbaum
US ABC-Jackson 5-ABC
UK Geno-Dexy’s Midnight Runners
US Call Me-Blondie Worksheet
US Nothing Compares 2 U-Sinéad O’Connor
UK Bound 4 Da Reload (Casualty)-Oxide & Neutrino
US Maria Maria-Santana
UK Good Times-Roll Deep
US Nothin’ On You-B.oB. feat. Bruno Mars
UK Official Singles Charts
US Billboard Hot 100