"1234" is a song from Feist's third studio album, The Reminder. The song was co-written by Sally Seltmann, an Australian singer-songwriter who also recorded under the stage name New Buffalo, and Feist.
Feist loves counting 1, 2, 3, 4 - counting to the number four. For more fun games and videos for your preschooler in a safe, child-friendly environment, visit us at ...
Wanna feel old? It’s been a decade since Feist smashed into our brains with ‘1234’, a song that end up popping up everywhere from the Grammys to Sesame Street. Sydney-siders loved it especially (and rather smugly sometimes, too) because our own Sally ... www.bing.com
Canadian singer Feist is heading Down Under for her first tour of Australia in five years. Known for hit songs such as 1234 and My Moon My Man from her 2007 album The Reminder, Feist will return to play in Brisbane, Melbourne and at the Sydney Opera House. www.bing.com
If you’re familiar with Feist, who is celebrating her 40th birthday today, you likely got to know her from the song “1234.” Back in 2007, the Canadian singer-songwriter had a huge hit seemingly from out of nowhere, as the track from her album The ... www.bing.com
Amid the success of “The Reminder,” her 2007 album that featured “1234,” Feist took on a rather inaccurate reputation for indie-folk tweeness through her most widespread songs (see also: “Mushaboom,” “I Feel It All”). But with “Metals ... www.bing.com
If you’re going to read a list on the most essential Feist, you might as well start with the Canadian artist’s most popular single to date, “1234.” For those of you who were living under a rock in 2007, the award-winning and chart-topping song was ... www.bing.com
Feist wrote this with Sally Seltmann, an Australian singer who recorded at the time as New Buffalo. Sally told us the story: "I wrote the song '1234' after a good friend of mine told me she was leaving her husband. I was upset when she told me, and it made ... www.bing.com
Leslie Feist, the 35-year-old Canadian-American singer, entered the mainstream of pop culture in 2007, thanks to her song “1234,” which was the soundtrack for a ubiquitous iPod Nano commercial a few years ago. The catchy song helped catapult her third ... www.bing.com
The final, pre-encore performance of Let It Die was heart-wrenching and beautiful. When it came time to play her biggest hit, 1234, Feist told a little story. The song, which Feist referred to as she, “got a backpack and a Eurail pass and said ‘see ya ... www.bing.com