New Year, NEW MUSIC! Through the magic of teleportation, all five awesome Grammy-nominated kids artists pop into Ear Snacks to goof around with Andrew & Polly and share their fantastic music with you.Read More
We were honored to have all five of this year’s Grammy-nominated kids artists drop by on this episode of Ear Snacks to goof around with us and share their awesome music with you.Read More
Lilah gives us a lesson in how to play Rock, Paper, Scissors and Jazzy Ash visits Andrew & Polly in the studio to share some hand-clapping games and songs from her new record, Swing Set.
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Jazzy Ash is a Grammy-nominated children's music artist whose music has been featured by the LA Times and NPR. For more information about Jazzy Ash, visit http://www.jazzyash.com/
The dramatic conclusion of the five part series all about Strings! Andrew & Polly talk to Banjo Man Eddie, about Polly's trip to fiddle camp and her new fiddle pal Katy. Plus take a sneak peak inside one of their new songs, "Expo Line..." We've strung it out long enough! To hear Eddie's music, visit eddiebermanmusic.com, to learn more about Katy Buckbee visit medicinebowstudio.com and check out her band at theroadwestmusic.com.
Andrew & Polly try to learn about more than just guitars and feelings on the second installment of Ear Snacks: Strings. Thanks to Lucky Diaz from Lucky Diaz & The Family Jam Band (luckydiazmusic.com) for talking about his Gretsch electric guitar, Archer Buckbee and his mom, Katy, in Boulder for telling us about fiddling, and to our favorite upright bass player, Gabe Davis (www.gabedavisbass.com). Thanks also to our past Strings experts, Frances England, Quentin & Mista Cookie Jar.
In the first episode of a multi-part series all about Strings, Andrew & Polly talk to awesome friends of theirs who all play strings - strings on GUITARS! Frances England (http://francesengland.com), Quentin & Mista Cookie Jar (mistacookiejar.com) all tell us why it is they like their strings. For more information about Ear Snacks, visit http://andrewandpolly.com