Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Top Childrens Music Artists CD Bundle Giveaway

The Recording Academy just gave out their GRAMMY AWARDS for the best accomplishments in music for 2017.  While country, rock, rap and hip hop take center stage during the awards ceremony did you know there is also a GRAMMY given out for best children's album of the year.  There is some wonderful music crafted each year by artists dedicated to entertaining and educating young audiences and it is nice to see them recognized with a GRAMMY AWARD for "Best Children's Album."  This year's nominees included Alphabet Rockers (Rise Shine #Woke), Lisa Loeb (Feel What U Feel), Ladysmith Black Mambazo (Songs of Peace & Love for Kids & Parents Around the World) and Justin Roberts (Lemonade).


Rise Shine #Woke utilizes hip hop dance music to provides kids with messages about social justice and put consciousness in motion.  The album features performances by Genevieve Goings and Blackalicious along with music production from GRAMMY-winning producer Street Symphony.


Feel What U Feel is an all-ages album with 12 mostly original tracks available exclusively from Amazon Music.  The album's music is inspired by classic children's songs from the 1960's and '70s and provides listeners with catchy melodies that delve into understanding and appreciating all kinds of emotions.  Loeb is joined by some celebrity friends including Craig Robinson (The Office, Hot Tub Time Machine, Ghosted) and Ed Helms (Daily Show, The Hangover) to provide an extra dose of fun to the album.


The songs on this album are meant to teach children with some guidance from their parents the value of peace and love.  Songs of Peace & Love for Kids & Parents Around the World uses music to convey that it is better to show someone love rather than anger and the world is a better place when people are at peace rather than fighting.  Strong messages told in gentle rhythms make this album informative and interesting to listen to for young audiences.


Lemonade features 12 new original songs by Justin Roberts and The Not Ready for Naptime Players.  The music has the vibe of an impromptu lemonade stand popping up on a hot summer day.  In addition to Roberts vocals and ukulele play, the album has some dynamic performances by a number of musicians including Robbie Fulks on banjo and Gerald Dowd who uses cardboard boxes, paint cans and a number of other items turned into homemade percussion instruments.

And the winner of the GRAMMY AWARD is ... LISA LOEB 

Lisa Loeb isn't the only winner though as A Geek Daddy is hosting a GRAMMY AWARD inspired giveaway.  One lucky winner is going to receive a prize pack that has a CD of each of these Grammy nominated albums.  Who is interested in winning this CD bundle giveaway of top children's music artists?!

To be eligible to win is simple! Just complete the entry options in the rafflecopter form below by Valentine's Day.  The giveaway wraps up at midnight US Eastern Time on February 15, 2017.  I'm sure someone is going to love this prize so get those entries in!  A few housekeeping matters before you enter:  must be a USA resident with a mailing address within the continental 48 states (No P.O. Boxes allowed) over the age of 18 years old.  A Geek Daddy is not responsible for the fulfillment of the prizes and the randomly selected winner's information will be provided Sugar Mountain Public Relations who is responsible for its delivery.  A Geek Daddy has not received any financial compensation or product regarding this promotion and is hosting this giveaway as a benefit to my website visitors.  

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