Are your kids too young to hold a violin or sit still on a piano bench? Here are four picks to get their ears waking and legs shaking.
Secret Agent 23 Skidoo
The undisputed king of kid-hop, Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, combines wordplay, storytelling, and pure positivity, all while bumping up the volume and kids’ self-esteem with hits like his single “I Gotta Be Me.”
Kindie Rock got a whole new meaning when Lunch Money first hit the stage. This energetic band gives a musical salute to all things childhood, like blowing bubbles and getting dizzy. Lunch Money will even get your kids to s.p.e.l.l. around the h.o.u.s.e.!
Kids will love this illustrated music video collection that follows Gustafer, a friendly alien who traveled from the Sun to Earth. The chronicles meld soft-rock songs with animated stories of this yellow fellow’s time on Earth, like his experience on “Pancake Day.”
Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players have been making kids sing and dance for over 17 years. Whether he’s singing about Grandma’s cookies or a new baby in the family, his musicianship and lyrics are ones to listen to for years to come.