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We all know what happens to old Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens' classic story, A CHRISTMAS CAROL. But prior to his ghost-induced personal turnaround, how did he act during the rest of the year? What was his demeanor during other holidays, like say, Halloween? Chicago's own POOCHAMUNGAS might just have the answer, as revealed in their new seasonal song, "Bah Humbug Halloween." Stream the track below, then grab a FREE Download (through Oct 31) on CDBaby!

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Here we are at the halfway mark for the 2012 installment of The Rock Father's 31 Days of Halloween, and what better way to mark the occasion than a free song? In the spirit of the season, L.A.-based children's entertainer Deborah Poppink, aka DidiPop, is giving readers a FREE Download of her Halloween song, "Goblins!" Check out the music video and lyrics below, then hit the widget for the song.

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I've posted about the collaboration between VOLCOM and YO GABBA GABBA! here on The Rock Father in the past, but today comes news about something FREE.

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Wednesday, October 03 2012 23:37

Free Download: David Tobocman - "Spooky Stuff"

Children's Musician DAVID TOBOCMAN is getting into the Halloween Spirit with the release of his new song, "Spooky Stuff." Co-written by his 1st Grade daughter, Zoe (who also sings on the track), it's said to "calm the jitters when things go BUMP." "Spooky Stuff" is available now as a FREE DOWNLOAD in the SoundCloud player below...

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With Fall now in full-effect, it's only appropriate that we start sharing some seasonal music here on The Rock Father. To go along with those Pumpkin Spice Lattes and trips to the orchard is "Falling," a new song from NYC-based children's musician, JOANIE LEEDS. Even better? She's giving it to you for FREE!

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CASPAR BABYPANTS, the children's music alter-ego of Chris Ballew of THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, has hit the web today with a Free Download of a new track called "Take Me to The City Dump." An homage to the late J.P. Patches (a Seattle-based children's entertainer), the new song also has an accompanying video, which can be viewed below.

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