It Happened In Music: 100 years of Fenway

100 years of Fenway ParkAs the oldest operating Major League ballpark in the country, Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts is celebrating 100 years today. Currently home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway has hosted some of the biggest triumphs and defeats in MLB history. Appropriately, we’re celebrating this momentous occasion with music.

Music has long been a cornerstone of the baseball experience, starting with “The Star-Spangled Banner” played at the 1918 World Series. Music key not only to the fans in attendance, but also to the players as they step out of the bullpen and make the long walk up to the plate. So we’ve compiled a playlist of  “walk-up songs” ranging from the early days to now.

To listen on Sonos, subscribe to our 100 Years of Fenway playlist on Spotify. No Spotify? Create your own version of the mix with the track list below.

  1. “I’m Just Wild About Harry” 57 Key Gavioli Carousel Organ
  2. “Baby” Justin Bieber
  3. “Crazy Train” Ozzy Osbourne
  4. “Wild Thing” The Troggs
  5. “Who Are You” The Who
  6. “Material Girl” Madonna
  7. “Hells Bells” AC/DC
  8. “Enter Sandman” Metallica
  9. “Baba O’Riley” The Who
  10. “Big Poppa” Notorious B.I.G.
  11.  “This is Why I’m Hot” Mims
  12. “Party in the USA” Miley Cyrus
  13. “Firework” Katy Perry
  14. “Buffalo Soldier” Bob Marley
  15. “Kashmir” Led Zeppelin
  16. “Empire State of Mind” Jay Z