50 years ago today Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins did something that no other humans had ever done before. They went to the moon. And as we are celebrating that still amazing event that brought the world together, we are finding out some tidbits about Apollo 11 that we never knew before. Like what kind of music these three were listening to in space. And on the moon. The Star has found out the playlist, and even 50 years later those songs still stand the test of time. Enjoy!

  • 'Fly Me to the Moon' - Frank Sinatra
  • 'Galveston' - Glen Campbell
  • 'People' - Barbra Streisand
  • 'Mother Country' -  John Stewart
  • 'Three O'clock in the Morning' -  Lou Rawls
  • 'Angel of the Morning' - Bettye Swan
  • 'Spinning Wheel' -  Blood Sweat & Tears
  • 'Mist of the Moon', 'Music out of the Moon', and 'Moon Moods' -  Dr. Samuel J. Hofffman, Harry Ravel, and Lex Baxter
  • 'Everyday People' - Peggy Lee
  • 'Everybody's Gone To The Moon' - Jonathan King