Ella Jenkins

by Stefan ShepherdStefan Shepherd 12 May 2011 17:07

Ella Jenkins has been making music for kids for more than 50 years. She has recorded more than 30 albums for Smithsonian Folkways Records. Her album You Sing a Song, I'll Sing a Song is Folkways' best-selling album. Jenkins received a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004 and a tribute album to her (and including her), cELLAbration: A Tribute to Ella Jenkins, won a GRAMMY for Best Musical Album for Children in 2005.

Eric Herman

by Eric HermanEric Herman 10 May 2011 03:50

Eric Herman is a multiple award-winning kids' music performer from the Pacific Northwest. Eric's songs are at once ingeniously witty, indelibly memorable and incredibly fun, and his live concerts and school assemblies are bursting with comedy, creativity and audience interaction.

Eric Ode

by Eric OdeEric Ode 07 May 2011 23:57

Eric Ode is an award-winning songwriter, children's author, and widely published poet. Making his home in western Washington, Eric provides high-energy concerts, author visits, and education workshops for schools, libraries, festivals, and conferences throughout the country.

Ernie & Neal

by bcsspbcssp 14 Feb 2012 20:33

Ernie & Neal is one of the most engaging, inspiring, memory-creating recording acts from the Philadelphia region playing parent friendly kids' rock. Ernie & Neal encourage audience participation from beginning to end. With tunes ranging from rock to reggae and including ska, jazz and bluegrass, they'll have your kids dancing and singing…and you too. Children join the celebration, on stage, with more dancing, singing and acting out the various songs.

Evan Gottfried

by Evan GottfriedEvan Gottfried 21 Sep 2011 02:06



by FROGTOWNFROGTOWN 15 Feb 2012 18:51


FROGTOWN is an original musical series by Emmy-Winning Writer/Composer Philip Pelletier. FROGTOWN has won 2 National Gold Awards, been featured on THE GRAMMYS "Education Watch", and received rave national reviews for it's heartfelt story about a saxophone-playing tadpole who learns about cultural diversity and finding one's inner voice:

Groovy David

by billchildsbillchilds 15 Feb 2012 19:44

David Brownstein also known as Groovy David, is recognized as one of the leading children’s entertainers in Southern California, with over ten years experience in the musical entertainment industry. David earned top honors as the “Best Kids DJ” from the 2011 “Best of” issue of Los Angeles Magazine. He is also responsible for writing and directing a television pilot Groovy David Dance Party. Adding to his many children’s projects, David is also the creator and producer of The Groovy David Show, a fun-filled family musical edutainment (educational/entertainment) performance combining live original music with interactive puppets.

Gustafer Yellowgold

by Gustafer YellowgoldGustafer Yellowgold 16 May 2011 22:37

Gustafer Yellowgold is a yellow, cone-headed fellow who came to Earth from the Sun and has a knack for finding himself neck-deep in absurd situations as he explores his new life in the Minnesota woods. Equal parts pop rock concert and animated storybook, Gustafer Yellowgold concerts are a truly different multimedia experience that entrances children and adults alike..

Hey Dango

by Hey DangoHey Dango 23 Jan 2012 15:10

Hey Dango is a group of three space explorers and one wacky fun-loving alien named Dango. Dango loves to sing about language, science, math, individuality, healthy habits and social skills. A super sonic dance party, their music blends catchy vocal harmonies, surf guitar lines, retro organ riffs and bouncy grooves. The crew has returned to Earth and is now playing shows throughout the US. Keep your eyes peeled for their debut album due out by summer 2012. Visit Hey Dango on Facebook or SoundCloud for music, videos and more!

How to Add Your Stuff

by billchildsbillchilds 07 May 2011 12:20

You can — nay, should! — create a page for whatever it is you do in the kindie music world. To create a page, just register (upper right) and type the name of your entity (band name, radio show name, etc.) in the lower left corner where it says "Add a new page." Type in the information — some tips are here on formatting, links, etc. — and then, after you've saved the page, tag it (by clicking on "tags" at the bottom of the page). The two key things to tag with are your geography and the type of entity:

How To Edit Pages - Quickstart

by billchildsbillchilds 06 May 2011 23:49

If you are allowed to edit pages in this Site, simply click on edit button at the bottom of the page. This will open an editor. BUT DON'T do that to THIS page. Go to the page you want to edit and click that button.


by HullabalooHullabaloo 10 May 2011 21:33

Free-range, organic kid-folk. Sounds like Johnny Cash meets Mr. Rogers.
Here's a link to our Best of Hullabaloo album.


by Steve PiersonSteve Pierson 12 Apr 2012 22:57

Real Roots Music for Kids!

Joanie Leeds and The Nightlights

by joanieleedsjoanieleeds 10 May 2011 05:51

Joanie Leeds & The Nightlights is based out of NYC but they travel all over the country rockin' the kindie set.

Johnny Bregar

by johnnybregarjohnnybregar 11 Jan 2012 20:35

Johnny Bregar is a seasoned performer for children between the ages of 2 and 9. He is known for his engaging live concerts that delight kids and parents alike. His original songs and arrangements of familiar children's songs have a rootsy, jazzy, bluesy sound. He has recorded three CDs in his Ballard studio and appears on two Putumayo compilations, "Picnic Playground" and "A Family Christmas. Says Warren Truitt, Senior Children's Librarian at The New York Public Library's Early Childhood Resource and Information Center. “Bregar's been doin' his homework…originals like "Blue Dog," "Blackberry Pie," and "Owl" are wonderfully authentic, to the point where you would think they're Americana relics. Bregar has a knack, as well, for super catchy country pop: listen to the shimmery "Airplane" and the awesome choruses of "Best Friend" and "Summertime.””

Johnny’s songs are about everyday life as a child. He reaches across cultural and geographic boundaries with tunes that spark children’s imaginations and are comfortable and familiar. Johnny strives to make his music educational as well as fun. Very few of his songs are written simply to be silly –- he aims to strike a chord with kids by providing vignettes that echo the way they think about the world around them, while at the same time remaining fun and accessible. His music has been reviewed positively by NPR’s All Things Considered ( as well as ParentMap,, Parenting Magazine, and many others.

Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke

by WildeclarkeWildeclarke 11 Feb 2012 04:34

Original, funny, upbeat family music with outstanding animated visuals.

Kiddle Karoo

by Kiddle KarooKiddle Karoo 12 Jan 2012 20:11

*Kiddle Karoo and Krew*Awarded LA Parent's BEST children's entertainers of 2014! This upbeat Kindierock "Monster" Band accompanied by colorful muppet style puppets and lead singer Kiddle Karoo combine rock, pop and hip-hop music with comedy, dancing and a touch of magic to entertain kids of all ages. 2011 Kids Music award winner, "Silly Monster House Party" is a perfect combination high-energy original music and rockin' kids classics with a "Monster" twist! This playful Krew perform concerts and theatrical shows for children and their families at festivals, fairs, schools, theaters, concert halls, malls and other family events.


by billchildsbillchilds 07 May 2011 14:33

Kindiependent is a collective of family bands in the Pacific Northwest, helping each other with touring, booking, and more.

Laura Doherty

by ldohertyldoherty 31 Jan 2012 00:16

Laura Doherty, "Chicago’s pop sweetheart" for kids (AAA Living Magazine), is a nationally touring children's recording artist based in Chicago.

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