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It's become a yearly tradition, and this week the time has once again arrived to share the annual Summer Road Trip Playlist from my friends at Sugar Mountain PR. This 11-track collection is available as a free download for a limited time (through 6/11/17), but remains streaming on Soundcloud for the rest of the season. Artists featured on this year's playlist includ Dana's Music Playground,Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band, Jazzy Ash, Tim Kubart, Little Miss Ann and Amy D, Lisa Loeb, Red Yarn, Justin Roberts and the Danny Weinkauf Red Pants Band. Check it out in the player below!

Thursday, March 09 2017 11:00

Music Video Debut: Red Yarn - "Mockingbird"

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When it comes to family music, one of the most unique artists in the genre comes to us from Portland. Red Yarn has been spinning his sonic tale for a few years now, blending his vibrant brand of folk-infused Americana with a live show that features puppetry and storytelling. Now, with the release of his latest album, Born in the Deep Woods, Red Yarn completes his Deep Woods Trilogy, "an epic song cycle exploring the roots and branches of American folk music." Today, I'm happy to share the new video for "Mockingbird," a beautiful clip that includes Red Yarn rocking out with his 3-year-old son. I dig it, and think you will too. Check it out!

Thursday, January 26 2017 09:30

Video Debut: The Deedle Deedle Dees - "Super Strong"

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"I wanted to celebrate the themes in the song without being too on-the-nose about it," says Lloyd H. Miller, frontman of The Deedle Deedle Dees, and director of the video for their latest single, "Super Strong." Taken from their latest album, Sing-a-Long History, Vol. II: The Rocket Went Up! (songs inspired by true stories of science, discovery and magic), the new track might fall more into the "discovery" realm of that lengthy title, a song that Miller says "explores the different ways someone can be strong." Shot in the Ditmas Park, Brooklyn neighborhood of New York, today The Rock Father™ and Zooglobble present a shared debut of this new video that features dancers, teachers, kids and families who all define what it means to be #SuperStrong. Check out the video below...

This MLK Day, it's time to spread the world about an appropriate audio anthology - We Stood Up: Reflections on the Civil Rights Movement. We Stood Up (available for purchase on iTunes with proceeds benefiting The Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia) offers a wealth of recordings to inspire children, including interviews with civil rights icons and standard-bearers including Representative John Lewis, Shirley Franklin, Andrew Young, and the late Julian Bond, among several others with compelling stories to share with their young interviewers. On this album, they talk about their experiences struggling for freedom and equality. Check out a video trailer and a full album stream below...

LEGO Ninjago The RideOn January 12, visitors to LEGOLAND Florida Resort will be among the first to experience LEGO NINJAGO: The Ride, and today comes a new music video by The KIDZ BOP Kids for "The Weekend Whip," the official LEGO NINJAGO theme song... with a LEGOLAND spin. In the new video, The KIDZ BOP Kids are joined by brother-and-sister ninja Kai and Nya while demonstrating five signature ninja moves kids can use to defeat villains and capture a high score on LEGO NINJAGO The Ride. Check it out...

Back in September, Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee released her first album of family music, Dream Too Much. Along with the release came an animated video for the title track, now comes Dream Too Much: The Movie, a 27-minute longform video featuring the entire album in animated form. Available exclusively through Amazon, the new movie comes alongside the release of Amy's new single-track clip, "The End of the Book." See that one below...

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