Kindie rock

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Kindie rock is a style of children's music that "melds the sensibility of the singer-songwriter with themes aimed at kids under 10."[1] Many popular kindie rock artists first gained fame as adult performers, including Dan Zanes and They Might Be Giants.[2] Other well-known kindie rock artists started directly in the genre or did not achieve commercial success until moving in that direction, such as Laurie Berkner, Joanie Leeds & The Nightlights, Recess Monkey, Sugar Free Allstars and Tim and the Space Cadets.[3] Children's music veterans Greg & Steve and Bobby Susser introduced various forms of kindie rock to the school supply industry in the mid 1970s, and they continue to do so within their repertoire.[4] Secret Agent 23 Skidoo built an audience for kid-hop by blending hip-hop rhymes with imaginative storytelling.[5]


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