Recess Monkey‘s new album, Novelties, comes out on Friday January 17th! You can stream it, download it, or buy the CD from Amazon.
“Recess Monkey is a nationally acclaimed trio of teachers – Jack Forman (vocals, bass), Drew Holloway (lead vocals, guitar) and Korum Bischoff (drummer) – who make smart rock and pop music for kids and families. Time Out New York named them as one of the top three family music bands in America, and as USA Today notes, “There are bands you can’t go wrong with, and this is one of them.” The band tours nationally and has appeared at Symphony Space in NYC, World Café Live in Philadelphia, The Getty Museum in Los Angeles and with Teatro ZinZanni and the Seattle Symphony in their home town, among many other venues. Recess Monkey also leads Seattle’s Kindiependent artist collective. Most weekdays, young fans around the world chat with Forman during his “Live from the Monkey House” show on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Their previous 12 albums have won numerous awards and international acclaim. To learn more about Recess Monkey visit www.recessmonkey.com and get updates on their Facebook page.”
Do you like donuts? Well, it’s Time to Make the Donuts according to this trio of entertaining rockers. Check out the You Tube video of this song from Novelties as well as its FREE download. You can get the free download until 6/23. It’s only one of the many quirky songs you and your family will love.
“Kids and families will hear playful wordplay in tracks like “Sweaty Yeti” and “Chasing My Tail” while some songs will capture child-friendly moments, whether it’s a “Piggyback” ride or “Time To Make the Donuts.“
Thank you to Sugar Mountain PR for my complimentary album download in exchange for this review.
Thank you to Bloggy Moms and EverMinder for the opportunity to sample and review the newest way to stay in touch and remember special days.
“EverMinder is a group reminder platform so that every group member is reminded about other group members’ important dates like birthdays or anniversaries.”
Downloading and setting up EverMinder was easy. It’s free, for one thing! That made me very happy off the bat. It will always be free for everyone.
Entering my family members and friends was seamless as well. I understand that the production team is working on a way to export email addresses for an even easier collection of important information.
My mother is the birthday and anniversary reminder in our family. I asked her to try it as well. This is what she said:
“Yes, I followed the formula, put in names, etc. but decided my message re each birthday would be too filled with “stuff” I did not want or need. And I usually don’t need a reminder.”
Interesting response. I actually kind of like the “stuff”. I especially like the option in which your members can select preferred gifts from various options, like Amazon and iTunes. I also appreciate the flexibility it gives to all of its members. Each one can opt in or out of the features. The elephant mascot is especially cool. What a fresh idea!
I see Everminder as a great way for families to stay in touch, remember important occasions, and buy each other gifts with just one click!
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