by (user deleted) 09 Dec 2011 07:05

Soundzania is a loosely bound group of Dads who were at one time in rock and roll bands. Two years after band-mates Scott Flory, Ken Hougasian, and Lee Parker gave up the late nights and smoky-club lifestyle of a rock band, all three began enjoying the late nights and smelly-diaper lifestyle of fatherhood. During this time, Scott, Ken and Lee each lovingly created music to make their kids smile (or, in some cases, sleep). After rave reviews from their own children, they set out to create Soundzania.

Spanglish Wrangler

by Spanglish WranglerSpanglish Wrangler 18 May 2011 02:05

Sing and dance along with your kids to roots-based songs in English and Spanish!

Steven Courtney

by Steven CourtneySteven Courtney 18 Jan 2012 18:16


Steven Courtney is a performing songwriter who has experienced top notch success. In a span of this career, Steven has performed over 5,100 concerts to date, recorded 30 full-length albums, received 7 Children’s Music Web Awards and the Arpeggio Award for “Outstanding Work with Children” through the Arts, as well as produce four concert-length performance videos and an award winning Children’s TV series.


by SteveSongsSteveSongs 14 Feb 2012 13:56

Back when Kindie music was just called kids music, my brother asked me if I could write a few educational songs for his first grade class. I was a corporate business consultant at the time, but my inner songwriter was begging (in A, A, B, A form) to get out, so I took on the challenge. I had an absolute blast writing the songs and even more fun recording them with some rock band friends in their basement before sending them off to school (the songs, not the rock band friends). My brother called to report that the whole school was rocking out to the tape (yes, tape, that's how long ago it was - we're talking BASF chrome). The kids were listening and singing and even learning - they wanted to know when more tunes were coming. I made copies and sent them out to more teachers and parents. Positive feedback and more inspiration soon followed, so against the thoughtful advice of my accountant, I decided to "quit my day job" and pursue a career in kids music.

The Alphabeticians

by The AlphabeticiansThe Alphabeticians 08 May 2011 16:10

The Alphabeticians are a Portland, OR based duo who create fun, clever music for kids and families. Take some silly, mix in some witty and clever, add in some sweet hooks, and you've got The Alphabeticians.

The Biscuit Brothers

by Kimberly ChapmanKimberly Chapman 12 Jun 2011 22:09

The Biscuit Brothers is a half-hour Emmy-award winning family television program produced in Austin, Texas and distributed free to PBS stations around the US. The show uses a mixture of live-action, puppetry, and animation to teach music and cultural communication through music to 3-7 year-olds and their families.

The Cat's Pajamas

by The Cats PajamasThe Cats Pajamas 19 Oct 2011 19:33

The Cat’s Pajamas makes very cool music for kids, bringing a musical comedy twist to high-octane kid-rock. The Cats put on more than a concert—they invite the audience from the very first note to enter a wild, wonderful world of stories, dance, puppets and props, all backed by a band making great music that just happens to be for kids. Up and down the East Coast, The Cat’s Pajamas captures the imagination of children while thoroughly engaging their adults.

The Diggity Dudes

by DiggityDonnyDiggityDonny 11 Jan 2012 20:53

"When you say Diggity, we say Dude!" — The Diggity Dudes play hip music for hip kids and their equally hip parents. A typical set covers everything from pet rocks to disco moves to science experiments to presidential physical fitness, all delivered via ultra-catchy melodies over funky and danceable grooves. Interactive skits, audience participation and a lighthearted comedic twist are what make a Diggity Dudes show more than a show - it's truly an experience. Ultimately, the Dudes are committed to helping provide all the young Dudes and Dudettes with an opportunity to experience the power and joy of a life enriched by music.

The Fuzzy Lollipop Band

by Fuzzy Lollipop BandFuzzy Lollipop Band 13 Jan 2012 19:19

The Fuzzy Lollipop Band, aka Fuzzy Lollipop, is a band for kids of all ages, and their grown-ups, too. With rock, blues, ragtime, latin and country genres, and lyrics that make you laugh, think, or blink back a tear, Fuzzy Lollipop has something for everyone, looking at the world through a kid's eyes (and wearing funny glasses!).

The Great Holtzie

by The Great HoltzieThe Great Holtzie 20 Jan 2012 18:21

The Great Holtzie is only real stand up comedian for kids, 3-10. Holtzie has thrown the rules of children's comedy entertainment out the window. Gone are the goofy costumes, creepy makeup and condescending tone. From the absurd to classic slapstick, The Great Holtzie's jokes captivate everyone, from preschoolers to parents. Whether Holtzie is arguing with a See n’ Say or taking a bite out of a “worm burger,” his hysterical routine keeps even the most active children (and clock watching parents) glued to their seats. The Great Holtzie's sharp comedy reflexes guarantee fits of laughter and screams of delight.

The Harmonica Pocket

by theharmonicapockettheharmonicapocket 20 Jun 2011 05:45

When The Harmonica Pocket takes the stage, audiences don't just sit back to be entertained. The show delivers highly interactive experiences that get children (and their grownups) singing and moving in their seats.

The Little Bits

by rghernandezrghernandez 07 May 2011 20:33

Proudly hailing from San Francisco, The Little Bits make fun music for kids and their families to enjoy together, inspired by the current generation of parents that we probably used to see rock shows with. Newly brought to you by Rio Hernandez, Bernadette Cordova Gardella, Jesse Gonzales and Ralph Blas, also members of Sputterdoll, The Skyflakes and Mud.

The Mighty bUZZniks

by The Mighty bUZZniksThe Mighty bUZZniks 15 Nov 2011 10:00

The Mighty bUZZniks make smart and edgy music for kids who like to rock. Their songs are full of energy, fun and complexity mixing an array of instruments, diverse sounds and fabulous harmonies that present a rich world of music to children.

The Mr. Gym Band

by The Mr Gym Band The Mr Gym Band 31 Jan 2012 03:43

The Mr. Gym Band is an all-star group of educators who perform movement based music for kids! Making their debut in the summer of 2011, the band is currently in the studio recording their new CD "Movin' 2 Music." The band members are all Connecticut public school teachers who have joined their talents to create music that audiences of all ages enjoy!

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The Not-Its!

by The Not-Its!The Not-Its! 12 May 2011 08:23

The Not-Its! are a 5 member band from Seattle who create rockin', up-tempo music for children & families. They provide an extremely fun and visually appealing live concert experience that makes audiences wanting more! Lead by vocalist Sarah Shannon (lead singer of 90's band Velocity Girl), The Not-Its! are known for their signature sound of crunchy guitars mixed with smooth, four-part harmonies and songs that just happen to be about every day kid stuff, like the first day of school and taking a bath.

The Okee Dokee Brothers

by okeedokeebrosokeedokeebros 26 Jan 2012 15:24

As childhood friends, Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing, spent summers at their neighborhood creek building makeshift rafts, fishing for crawdads, and dreaming of great river adventures.

Now, as The Okee Dokee Brothers, they have realized these boyhood dreams on none other than the great Mississippi River. On June 1st, 2011, Joe and Justin began a canoe trip in Minneapolis, MN and continued down the river for the next 30 days until they arrived at the St. Louis Gateway Arch. During their month long journey on the Mississippi, they camped, canoed, filmed, and most importantly, composed the songs that make up their new album for kids and families.

Can You Canoe? is the first CD and DVD in what The Okee Dokee Brothers are calling their “Adventure Album Series.” Produced by Dean Jones in his Rosendale, NY hay-bale studio, the record highlights guest appearances from Garth Hudson (The Band), Elizabeth Mitchell (You Are My Flower), as well as Morgan Taylor and Rachel Loshak (Gustafer Yellowgold).

The Plants

by The PlantsThe Plants 30 Dec 2011 17:00

The Plants are a four piece Philadelphia based band for kids. With their eclectic style, they traverse musical genres while exploring the potential of the imagination. Each song is specifically written to spark new ideas, evoke different emotions, and encourage creativity. From a snake wearing flip-flops to intergalactic insects, the lighthearted music of The Plants is catchy, often times silly, and fun for children and adults alike.

The Raytones

by The RaytonesThe Raytones 02 Feb 2012 19:08

**What do you get when you cross 1 part Rhino, 4 parts musical genius and 5 parts fun?

The Uncle Devin Show!

by The Uncle Devin ShowThe Uncle Devin Show 18 Jan 2012 03:32

The Uncle Devin Show is a live, interactive musical experience for children five and over by renowned drummer Devin Walker. The show cultivates the minds of children through percussion instruments and is a dynamic cross between Fat Albert and Schoolhouse Rock.

The Wanna Bees

by The Wanna BeesThe Wanna Bees 13 May 2011 02:36

The Wanna Bees write songs catchy enough to grab the attention of kids, and cool enough for parents to enjoy. The band uses their music to introduce kids to careers and positive, inspiring themes such as "Work Together", "Dream Big", and "Get Up And Get Out (Exercise)". Based out of the Midwest in Toledo, OH, Doctor Dan, Builder Brad, Mailman Mike, and Officer Ollie look to bring their songs alive on CDs, DVDs, TV, and LIVE! shows. The sky is the limit you see, so come and see what you can bee with The Wanna Bees!

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