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kids music

"My First Album" is up against Beyonce and Iggy Azalea for chart supremacy.
Yo Gabba Gabba may teach kids how to eat well, get over fear and not bite each other, but it also teaches them about how good music can be and that's something that will stay with them as they grow up.
Raffi is the legendary children's singer of "Bananaphone," but right now his crusade is to keep kids safe from cellphones
Before you have children, you hear a lot of horror stories, mostly from people who raised a kid forty years ago. There's
Plenty of people tweeted about the Conservative Party of Canada's weekend convention, but perhaps none was more beloved by
My name is Shoshana Sperling and I'm a children's entertainer. I like what I'm doing. Now I just need to convince the grown-ups that kids deserve to have great music and authentic humour that teaches them something. That children are not too small to have opinions about recycling, libraries and electric cars.
When my friend got over the Spice Girls, I was crushed. Not only did the Spice Girls represent something I wanted desperately to be a part of (a group of friends, to begin with), but our love of the band was something we shared. True, neither of us was popular, and our obsession with the Fab Five seemed completely insane, but we were in it together. And then all of a sudden it wasn't "cool."
Your kids may be well-versed in Justin Bieber and Drake, but what about Neil Young, Rush and Bryan Adams? Help them expand