Sonshine and Broccoli totally go for it! Their music is positive, energetic and fun. That makes total sense, because talking to them was positive, energetic and fun! You’ve got to stay tuned all the way to the end to hear their song ‘A Good Night’. It legitimately rocks! If you dig this episode of the good stuff kids podcast be sure to check out all the other episodes which are available for free at goodstuffpod.comread more
I am honored to present the world premier video from Jason and the Jungle Gym Jam!read more
Some people just have it figured out. Kira Willey is one of them. She’s a very talented musician and songwriter as well as a gifted yoga teacher. Kira put her talents together and put music to yoga for kids. You need to hear her music. It’s Perfect for chilling out kids and getting them active at the same time. You can hear Kira’s song ‘Just Be’ at the end of the episode.
I also want to thank Kira for giving me pointers and suggestions for how to deal with some challenges that parents face at home! Her mindful approach was very helpful, and it worked!!
Are you ready to rock (in a totally nice and family friendly way)??? Well, Wayne Potash is your guy! He put out a brand new record just a couple of months ago called ‘Rock & Roll Party’, and you can hear his song “At the Baseball Game” at the end of this episode. Wayne joyfully brings his brand of upbeat rock and roll to kids and families all across the Greater Boston area. He’s a true family man, he has a great relationship with his kids and his son even made a spotify playlist of all of his favorite of his father’s songs! FAMILY LOVE!!!!read more
#mglit. What's that? Oh, well, luckily this weeks guest, Corrina Allen, has the info. Corrina is a teacher and an avid reader. She loves to read and encourages those in her classroom to develop a love of reading as well. She loves reading so much that she has her...read more
Nora Ballard directed a short film about synchronized swimming called ‘Waterbabies’. I was so excited to talk to Nora about what she learned about those who compete in synchronized swimming. It’s a sport that I don’t know much about at all. As you’ll hear, Nora learned quite a bit about how they practice, and how synchronized swimming is a metaphor for life.read more
I loved talking to Joe Mailander from the Okee Dokee Brothers. He was extremely down to earth and was very open to sharing the history of his band and what inspires him and his bandmate Justin Lansing. Here’s a hint, they love being outside and exploring nature. You should definitely check out their documentaries on Netflix. It helps to further show the personalities behind the music.read more
April Eight is so talented. She writes and produces her own songs and stories podcast, and it is so good. April has an awesome story from being a rock musician to creating her own show. I loved talking with her. She’s hilarious and full of energy. April just reached her one year Podiversary – meaning she’s been publishing and producing her podcast for one year. So, check April out and subscribe to her show. It’s awesome for long car rides or even short car rides! You can also check out the brand new Kids Listen Web App to find April’s show and The Good Stuff Kids Podcast!read more
Ready to get sweaty and dance to some sweet tunes? Neil and Bryan from Koo Koo Kanga Roo took some time to talk with me about their music, fanny packs, and what makes their live shows so fun. Want to know the secret? Get ready to get sweaty and dance!! I also checked in with Uncle D and Auntie C who just got a puppy!read more
Episode #75! That’s a lot of episodes. I got the chance to talk to someone that we call “our guy” around Good Stuff Studios. Randy Kaplan’s music has been in high rotation for years in our house and car. He’s witty, smart, and unafraid of tackling the big issues like farts, chips, and nose squeezing. We love his music and he’s the same person on his records as he is in conversation. Enjoy!! Don’t forget to tag friends and share to get a $100 Waiter.com gift certificate! It’s worth it!read more