As our kids head back to school in what might be the most unusual back-to-school season, we want to bring some fun and music your way — No better way to connect and relax as a family than with great music. All four of these CDs are 2020 NAPPA Award winners.
Ends at 11:59 p.m. PST on September 14!
About this CD Bundle:
Get the family dance party started with this lively new album. After a ten-year, five-album journey through old American folk music, Red Yarn returns with Backyard Bop, a fresh set of rockabilly and folk-rock tunes about small towns, neighborhoods, and backyard adventures. This new collection of original songs provides the perfect soundtrack to joyful family dance parties and summertime play.
Songs for Singin’
Drawing from the age-old tradition of singing to heal the soul during difficult times, The Okee Dokee Brothers have written a slew of catchy and inclusive songs so fans can join in and belt out. In the spirit of American folk legends Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, Songs for Singin’ presents timeless messages of hope and unity. The album, produced by Dean Jones, includes an illustrated 32-page book with the lyrics and chords to every song to inspire living room sing-alongs.
A Place to Call Home
Every living being, from honey bees to humans, needs a safe place to call home. Dana’s seventh recording, A Place to Call Home, explores the different places animals live… in the sky and sea, in wetlands, underground tunnels and more. Featuring numerous musical genres ranging from rock to reggae, bluegrass to bossa nova, the album is designed to educate and engage young listeners while planting seeds of care for the planet we all call home.
Following 13 albums of original songs for children, three-time Grammy nominee Justin Roberts presents his latest album, Wild Life, with something for all ages. Joined by an eclectic group of instrumentalists including pianist Lisa Kaplan (Eighth Blackbird) baroque cellist Anna Steinhoff, percussionist Gerald Dowd (Robbie Fulks), and vocalist Nora O’Connor (Flat Five, the Decemberists), this tender and uplifting collection of songs is his most personal project yet.