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Dream Big!
  • Artist: Roger Day
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 684051200727
  • Item #: 138885X
  • Genre: Children's
  • Release Date: 7/9/2012
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Dream Big! on CD

As heard on Radio Disney and XMKiDs! From his first job as a camp counselor to his current jam-packed concert and recording schedule, Roger Day has been writing and performing smart, interactive music that encourages kids to SING LOUD, JUMP HIGH & DREAM BIG! Roger's newest collection of family music features rock 'n' roll legends THE CRICKETS (Buddy Holly's band) lending their vintage sound on the song ROLY POLY. It also features XMKiDs star and CD Baby favorite BILLY JONAS adding some of his "industrial re-percussion" on the Himalayan Pop tune I LIKE YAKS! It has Motown horns, a Beatlesesque string quartet and even the first known recording of a sump-pump hose, just to make things interesting! A two-time Parents' Choice Award winner and approved Dove Family Foundation artist, Roger plays over 200 concerts a year from The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, New York to The Halton Theater in Charlotte, NC. He's been a featured artist at The Target Children's Book Festivals in Detroit, Boston and Chicago; The International Children's Festival in Edmonton, Alberta and The Savannah Music Festival in Georgia. His songs can be heard on XMKiDs satellite radio and his live concert video recently made it's debut on public television.