Wendy & DB’s Kids Music Festival

By nature, children’s musicians are a generous group of people with big, loving hearts and during this pandemic, their spirit of giving has only grown. Today I would like to highlight the latest music fest from Chicago’s own Wendy & DB. Over the past six months, not only did this dynamic duo release a new album, Hey Big World they also launched a monthly Kids Music Festival to benefit organizations such as this month’s recipient, No Kid Hungry. Making sure that children have access to proper nutrition and healthy food is a passion of Wendy’s and is extremely important in this time when so many children are doing remote learning and don’t have regular access to proper meals. It is the hope of Wendy & DB that these music fests will increase awareness of this issue as well as raise money to help ensure children all across the country receive the food they need to fuel their minds and bodies.

Each month, Wendy & DB are joined by 2-3 different friends from the world of children’s music. During the concert on September 16, in addition to music from Wendy & DB, fest attendees will also enjoy performances by Val Smalkin, Brady Rymer, and Falu. For more information, visit the Kids Music Festival event pageCan’t make it to the Kids Music Festival this month? Wendy & DB will be hosting a fest with an all new musical line-up the third Wednesday of each month from now through the end of the year.

For a preview of the fun that you’re going to have during the hour-long festival, enjoy Wendy & DB’s newest video, “Kitchen Band.”

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  • I would like to humbly add “Thank You, Mister Rogers – Music & Memories” to the list of outstanding albums.

    It features songs written by Fred and sung by award winning artists including: Rita Wilson, Lee Greenwood, Sandi Patty, Kellie Pickler, Vanessa Williams, Jim Brickman, Jaci Velasquez, Micky Dolenz (of The Monkees), Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr (of The Fifth Dimension), The Cowsills, Tom Bergeron, and Jon Secada.

    The recording is also unique because it includes the first Spanish version of Fred Rogers’ theme song, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor.” Here’s a link for the video: https://youtu.be/wlxtb7q8b8s

    The album is also the springboard get Mister Rogers inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. You are invited to sign the petition at: www;thankyoumisterrogers.com

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