by ldoherty 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.
by okeedokeebros 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).
by Snapdragon Seeds 24 Jan 2012 16:10
Snapdragon Seeds Music is an upbeat, fun children’s educational music project that teaches rhymes, patterns, synonyms, sentence structure, songwriting, movement and the intellectual power of asking questions. My main message is that we all need to keep learning because the world needs smart people.
by The 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!
by Stefan 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.
by billchilds 10 May 2011 19:32
Kidzapalooza is the family stage/area at the Chicago-based Lollapalooza festival and its counterpart in Chile. It is produced by Tor Hyams.
by Papa Crow 10 May 2011 02:09
Papa Crow performs homemade kids and family music in the Upper Midwest (and would elsewhere with a polite invitation). He is busy having too much fun playing to kids and former kids, and is interested in all things kindie. His debut album, "Things That Roar" made several Best of 2011 lists, and you can check out the press here. You can sample, download or buy "Things That Roar" here and also on itunes and amazon.com.