Ranger Rick Rocks with the Whizpops!
How could you go wrong with a group called The Whizpops? Ranger Rick and his pals (both animal and human) offer up some really great songs about life in the wilderness. Swift Fox starts the CD with a catchy tune about how fast and sly he is. Walrus Song tells you why “everything’s better with a mustache”. And the Black Footed Ferret is cute as can be as he sings about his night time antics.
This is the first in a planned series of albums, created to support the conservation efforts of the National Wildlife Federation.
From Sugar Mountain PR:
The Whizpops! are a Parents’ Choice and Creative Child Award-winning band featuring two elementary school teachers (Kevin Cashman and Casey Schaefer) and a fluid assortment of other talented musicians with a love of nature and science (upright bassist Steve Kalling is a language arts professor; and drummer Daniel Kiely is a wealth manager, by day, for example). This talented bunch rocks venues large and small, delighting audiences of all ages. “Their lyrics are for young children, but their music will entertain most any adult,” the Missoulian notes. Their three previous science themed albums were The Adventures of Stretch McCoy (2012) andScience and Wonder (2013) and Sea Blue Sea (2014). Visit www.thewhizpops.com for the latest updates on their music and performances.