Music for Kids: A Career Worth Pursuing?
Bill Harley calls it “building community and bringing laughter and joy”: Want to know why we do what we do? Read about making kids’ music HERE in this insightful piece from Musician’s Friend featuring thoughts from friends Laurie Berkner Band, The Okee Dokee Brothers Splash’N Boots, Josh & The Jamtones, Frances England and Lunch Money.
We can’t wait! Hope to see ya!
WHAT A SWEET SUMMER IT’S BEEN!
Wednesday * August 12 * 5pm
158 Main St, East Hampton, NY
It’s been SO GREAT to see you all – thanks for always bringing your smiles, funky dance moves and uplifting energy. We’re gearing up for a few more weeks of summer shows:
Here’s what’s cookin’…
KidFEST in East Hampton!
This Wednesday at the lovely Guild Hall
in East Hampton, NY. Get yer Ya Ya’s out and work up an appetite before dinner! Rockin’ starts at 5PM.
2 SHOWS: 10am & 1pm
SENSORY FRIENDLY means the performance is adapted for children with autism and similar sensory sensitivity: lights remain on, sound is lowered and a limited amount of tickets are sold to maintain a comfortably sized audience. Kids are allowed to talk and express themselves, vocalize as they wish (just like us in the Lil Band…) — fidget and stress-sensory toys will be available. Sounds great to me!
Learn more about the Sensory Friendly Theatre experience here.
The show is designed for all audiences, so we’ll be doing our thing – rockin’ the house in a sensory friendly kind of way, featuring songs from our Love Me For Who I Am
|Love Me For Who I Am: The Story