It was so great to talk to Claudia Gunn about her brand new record ‘Little Wild Universe’. “Little Wild Universe is a sparkling and expansive album of family music for beautiful minds by Claudia Robin Gunn.” Stay tuned all the way to the end of the episode to hear the song ‘Rocketride (Kiwi Kids in Space)’. And check the video!
It’s Emma Wiggle from The Wiggles! This conversation was a blast. We talked about what it’s like to be a Wiggle, and how the Wiggles have managed the Covid-19 Pandemic. Emma is the coolest! Stay tuned all the way until the end of the show to hear the song ‘Toot Toot Chugga Chugga Big Red Car’ from the brand new record ‘Choo Choo Trains, Propeller Planes, & Toot Toot Chugga Chugga Big Red Car.
Turns out that Will Parker and I were literally about a 10 minute drive from each other when this interview happened. So bummed! If it weren’t for Covid-19 we could have chatted in person rather than over the phone. “Will Parker is a children’s songwriter and teaching artist who writes and performs music for “kids ages 1-100.” During Will’s whimsical and interactive shows, he plays guitar and harmonica and sings original songs that engage the audience in singing-along, dancing, high-fiving, and imaginative play.” Stay tuned all the way until the end of the show to hear his song ‘Bilgus the Swamp Dwarf’. Will is all about imagination and you’ll love his music!
Here’s a great conversation with Greg Lato! He’s just released his new record ‘Create My Own World’. Stay tuned for his brand new (and awesome) song ‘Try’. “Award-winning pop musician and songwriter Greg Lato adds to his impressive body of work with the July 24 release of his first children’s album, Create My Own World, featuring two-time Grammy winning children’s entertainer Bill Harley as special guest. Create My Own World presents a fun and inspiring soundscape in these challenging times through music as relatable to kids as it is nostalgic to parents. The album is influenced by ‘70s and ‘80s pop artists like Hall & Oates, Phil Collins, Todd Rundgren, and The Cars, with a taste of Lenny Kravitz and the Rolling Stones thrown in for good measure.”
It’s Bash The Trash! What an awesome time talking to John and Carina from Bash The Trash. They make instruments from items that they find. So cool! In their words: “We build, perform and educate with musical instruments made from reused and repurposed materials. We combine science, music and environmental awareness through our performances, programs and social initiatives, always focusing on how art and science work together.” Make sure to check out their song ‘Rubbish Rhythm’ at the end of the show!