Posts tagged Music
Music is always a big thing in many peoples life and finding ways to listen to it has become a business on to its own. With the items like iPods that can carry around entire libraries of music hundreds of hours of mp3s can be loaded up and easily moved around. So products that travel and produce amazing sound quality have been coming out for years but at prices that cost almost as much as the iPod itself. In recent times that quality versus price issue has all but gone the way of the dodo bird and with items like Altec Lansing’s IMT320 inMotion Compact speaker system you have a very More >
I’ve always loved the simple fact that my sons loves music. Its something about a toddler and music that just go together like peanut butter and jelly. For the last few months its been all about pianos because the keys are way safer then string guitars.
Enter the modern age guitar by paper jam – this thing rocks! With a great senors that play cords and songs. It really is paper thin and I must admit although its marketed as a kids toy – I’ve totally found myself playing it again and again. The sound volume is great and clear, which isnt always the case with kids toys. The art on the More >
Rock & Roll Playground CD Due Out June 29th [Amazon]
Award-winning children’s music label Putumayo Kids will celebrate the June 29th release of its newest CD, Rock & Roll Playground [More Information], with a concert by featured artist StarFish June 19 at the Scholastic Auditorium.
The five life-long musicians from New Jersey known as StarFish are featured on Rock & Roll Playground in “The StarFish Stomp.“ Inspired by good old-fashioned classic rock, the band gives More >
Sunday, June 13 at 12 NOON
American Laundromat Records proudly presents Tanya Donelly (Belly, Breeders, Throwing Muses), Jenny Owen Youngs, and Julie Peel celebrating the release of “Sing Me To Sleep – Indie Lullabies,” a whimsical collection of lullabies and popular songs re-imagined as lullabies by some of today’s best indie artists. This is an all-ages kids-friendly event with live performances, face-painting, balloons, crafts and lots of fun for all ages. All proceeds from this wonderful project are More >
Fundraiser for Kids Creative
Join The Dirty Sock Funtime Band on Sunday, June 6, 2010 for a DVD release party to benefit Kids Creative!
This awesome event for the whole family (and a great cause!) will include a rockin’ concert by the Dirty Sock Funtime Band and help celebrate the release of the Dirty Sock Funtime Band all new DVD!
10:00AM: The Living Room, 154 Ludlow Street, NY NY 10002. To purchase tickets click on this Link
Sunday, June 6th
Tickets starting at $20 ($25 at the door)
Children 2 and under are free
Get your ticket today–Space is limited.
*Rock out with the More >
What do you bring to a Birthday Party Concert? 1. Wear your favorite party hat (Any kind will do!) 2. Picture of a birthday cake (go to our website to download the picture and color it in. Turn it in at the merchandise table area for a chance to win a prize!) 3. An animal for your head because animals have birthdays too. OPTIONAL: Bring a gift for a child in need by participating in our shoe drive sponsored by UMI shoes. We will be collecting pairs of new or gently used children’s shoes (check More >
Sunday, May 16th 11am Housing Works Bookstore Cafe 126 Crosby Street, NYC tickets: $10 (212) 334-3324 www.housingworks.org
Suzi Shelton is riding the crest of the “kindie rock” phenomenon with catchy tunes and hip pop-rock style. This rising star in the kids’ music scene has released two critically acclaimed CDs, “No Ordinary Day” and “Simply Suzi,” as well as a popular concert DVD, “Suzi Shelton: Live at Southpaw.” Suzi has also won numerous awards and accolades for her work, including a Parents’ Choice Award.
For the last 10 years singer-songwriter Suzi Shelton has More >
Irving Plaza HOUSE OF KIDS on May 15th, at 10:00AM
Purchase tickets [Link]
The music of the Dream Jam Band is inspired by a spirit of wonder and curiosity. Through invigorating kid and family-friendly songs, their unique style reflects the belief that young children are endowed with a capacity to synthesize musical ideas, enhancing learning in all areas.
The DJB members, Francine, Barry G, Maestro C, and Erin the Red are entertainers as well as music teachers. Formed in New York, the band achieved rapid national success. Their More >