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Randy's new not-JUST-for-kids CD, JAM ON RYE, is available NOW at CDBaby! It is also available on iTunes, Amazon, and all the rest of 'em. The CD includes the Sirius-XM Radio hits "Don't Fill Up On Chips" and "Hockey Puck" (as heard on Kids Place Live ch. 78), a cover of a Dan Bern song, a few trademark Kaplan fast-talking rap-bluegrass barnburners, a song from The Music Man sung by Randy's wife, and much more!
Randy has also recorded many tracks exclusively for PLAY's excellent music program.
Please check out their classes if you live in the LA area!
And contact them about purchasing their GREAT CDs!
"Roots rocker Randy Kaplan is one of those happy-they-exist people you can't quite tell is playing kids' music. And yet he is."
-NEW YORK MAGAZINE
"He doesn’t dumb it down for the kids....He just expects them to come along for the ride. And they do."
-TIME OUT NEW YORK KIDS
Upcoming Public Family Shows:
9/14 - Del Mar, CA
Click HERE for the full concert schedule.
MORE PRAISE FOR RANDY’S NOT-JUST-FOR-KIDS MUSIC:
“With his serious storytelling chops and musicianship, Randy is a pioneer (and) one of the most versatile and creative voices in kids music today.”
-Kids Can Groove
“Randy Kaplan is one of the nation’s foremost children’s entertainers...fun for the whole family!”
-Nashville Blues Society
“Brilliant, laugh-out-loud funny, and way ahead of his time.”
-Fits N Giggles
“Randy Kaplan is the current king of the story song, and his magic is best witnessed live. Great example of grownup music for kids, kids’ music for grownups.”
-Kids Music That Rocks
"Randy is an absolute ace guitarist, picker and ragtime player...A refreshing, innovative change of pace."
-Smoky Mountain Blues Society
“Kaplan is one of kids music’s top storytellers...He draws from a deep well of pint-sized frustration and pique...(His songs are) remarkably tender and sweet...One of the best storytellers around.”
“Kaplan is a national treasure who brings a sly wink to the art of kid’s music.”
-The Brooklyn Paper
For more reviews go to PRESS.
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