New England Radio

Radio Active Kids

by Sagan ThackerSagan Thacker 18 Feb 2016 18:26

Radio Active Kids is a freeform kids radio show in Asheville, North Carolina on 103.3, Asheville FM. It has been on the air since 2010, with host and noted clown Tim "T-Bone" Arem. As of 2016, Arem has retired from radio to work on his stage show, and the new host is Sagan Thacker. The show plays pretty much any type of kid's music, stories or interviews. You can also listen to it on the website [http://ashevillefm.org/radio-active-kids]

The Zing Zangs

by trevorGoobertrevorGoober 21 Dec 2013 21:31

“The Zing Zangs are amazing! They KNOW how to connect with kids, and their music is so awesome it’s hard to believe that they’re kids themselves!” - Waldmania PR

Springfield Museums

by kguerinkguerin 03 Apr 2012 17:36

The Springfield Museums is comprised of four world-class museums – the D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts, the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, the Springfield Science Museum, and the Wood Museum of Springfield History. The Museums Association is proud to be home to the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, a series of full-scale bronze sculptures of Dr. Seuss' whimsical creations, honoring the birthplace of Theodor Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss.

Dre Towey

by Dre ToweyDre Towey 14 Feb 2012 20:12

Welcome to my KINDY page!

SteveSongs

by SteveSongsSteveSongs 14 Feb 2012 13:56

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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 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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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!

Angel Pam West

by Angel Pam WestAngel Pam West 14 Jan 2012 17:02

Angel Pam West is a music educator, an early childhood music specialist, a registered Music Together teacher, a performing singer/songwriter/ composer, and recording artist who runs a community music center called The Community Music & Arts Network in the Catskill mountains of New York. She runs all ages music programming for the geographically isolated and economically challenged mountain community. She has released multiple albums on her label Angelfly Records, including a new children's album called "Unicorn Crossing," which is available on CD Baby.com (www.cdbaby.com/angelpamwest). The album is a gorgeous and well-crafted collection of animal parables that will appeal to listeners of all ages.

Captain Kangaroo

by Captain KangarooCaptain Kangaroo 11 Jan 2012 21:06

Network television's longest running children's television character, Captain Kangaroo, has returned to inspire, enthuse and empower a new generation of children. 2012 will see the launch of "KangarooTube", the Captain's own YouTube channel where he'll share music, stories, and gentle humor in the hopes of helping kids discover, and create for themselves, a world where "Curiosity Is the Key".

Ben Rudnick and Friends

by Ben RudnickBen Rudnick 16 May 2011 12:57

Ben Rudnick & Friends play the hippest family music around. With countless awards to their credit, including FIVE Parent’s Choice awards and an Independent Music Awards Peoples Choice for Best Children’s Music Album, their adventurous, high-energy blend of happy, upbeat acoustic music is guaranteed to entertain the entire family. Bending musical styles from country to bluegrass, rock to second-line New Orleans, their original songs and fun takes on familiar tunes make you sing, make you dance and make you happy. Join the fun! Contact moc.kcindurneb|neb#moc.kcindurneb|neb or visit www.benrudnick.com for more information.

Kids Corner

by billchildsbillchilds 15 May 2011 23:30

Kids Corner airs on Philadelphia's legendary WXPN and is hosted by Kathy O'Connell.

Zooglobble Radio

by Stefan ShepherdStefan Shepherd 10 May 2011 16:02

Zooglobble also features an occasionally updated Live365 radio station which plays family music.

Capt Jelly Bean & Wacky Astro Pals!

by billchildsbillchilds 10 May 2011 10:12

Our mad cap and zany astro pals along with Captain Jelly Bean,takes you on a ride to the stars. We have reading time, adventure and lots more. So tune into Jelly Bean Radio. The squishiest radio in town. We will feature a great book each week. We will also promote your local school. Check out our great contest. So come by Mornings 730am-8am
Jelly Bean Radio

The Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl

by daveloftindaveloftin 09 May 2011 23:22

The Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl a weekly 2-hour internet-radio show streaming at 8am ET on WAWL. A podcast of the show is available through Podbean. Weekly playlists and (hopefully) other kindie insights, reviews, etc. are here.

Tor Hyams

by tor hyamstor hyams 09 May 2011 03:32

Grammy® nominated producer Tor Hyams has over 20 years of experience in the music and film industries, from writing and performing his own material to producing world-class recording artists, live music festivals for children, short films and digital programming, and composing dozens of scores for both film and television.

Green River Festival

by billchildsbillchilds 08 May 2011 00:35

The Green River Festival is an annual music and hot air balloon festival in Greenfield, Massachusetts. It added a family stage (the "Meltdown Stage") in 2010, produced by Bill Childs and WRSI-FM.

Royal Order Of Chords And Keys

by billchildsbillchilds 07 May 2011 14:50

The Royal Order of Chords and Keys (R.O.C.K.) is a rock band for kids based in western Massachusetts. They've played at the Meltdown, KindieFest, and many other places.

The Eric Carle Museum

by billchildsbillchilds 07 May 2011 13:14

The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art is located in Amherst, MA, and occasionally hosts family music concerts, generally in conjunction with other entities. The museum's main music series is held as a fundraiser for the Northampton Community Music Center and is booked by Bill Childs of Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child and Aric Bieganek of The Royal Order of Chords and Keys. Their auditorium holds just shy of 200 people and has a good PA system with two monitor mixes.

Gooney Bird Kids

by billchildsbillchilds 07 May 2011 13:03

It's a blog, it's an online radio station, it's a news source, it's everything! And it's awesome. Enter the Gooney Bird Empire here.

Meltdown

by billchildsbillchilds 07 May 2011 12:55

The River's Family Music Meltdown and Book Bash is a free annual event, held on the last Saturday in March, produced by Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child and wrsi.com, featuring three stages of music and children's book authors, along with activities, food, and local vendors. It draws over 3,500 kids and grownups annually and is held at JFK Middle School in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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