Get Your Groove On with Grooveshark

by on 11/04/2009 in Music

Grooveshark is a free flash-based streaming music service that takes Grooveshark’s huge catalog of uploaded music and makes it available to stream, no registration required. You can search and play your favorite music instantly! They also offer a premium service for only $3/mo. You will still enjoy the free service no matter what, trust me!

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Grooveshark gives you full control over your music!


  • Build playlists
  • Save Favorites
  • Share Music
  • Add Music
  • Promote your band
  • And so much more!

In addition to all these great features, Grooveshark offers a WordPress plugin to make music easy to add to any post.

Don’t like the default theme? Use the sites theme changer to find a theme that’s pleasing to the eye.

Get your groove on! Visit Grooveshark and listen to your favorite music instantly.

8 Responses to “Get Your Groove On with Grooveshark”

  1. BunnygotBlog

    Nov 4th, 2009

    This is pretty cool.

    • Frank J

      Nov 4th, 2009


      It’s really cool! Just plug in your headphones and you’re rockin!

  2. HART (1-800-HART)

    Nov 7th, 2009

    I’ll have to check this one out – I’ve been hanging out at Blip.Fm but, there has been changes there .. I usually go for the videos now where, before it was for the playlists

    • Frank J

      Nov 7th, 2009


      I have used many music related portals, but this one serves up music well and is loaded with many other features.

  3. timethief

    Nov 12th, 2009

    I’ve heard others rave about Groveshark so I guess I’ll have to check it out. I’m still peeved over lastfm putting Canadians in the pay $3.00 per month.

    • Frank J

      Nov 13th, 2009


      Grooveshark also charges $3 to remove the ads, but they’re non-intrusive.

  4. timethief

    Nov 13th, 2009

    I popped in to say the ads are non-intrusive and give you a big thank you — lol :D

    • Frank J

      Nov 14th, 2009


      It’s not worth the $3 to remove the ads.