Bunny Clogs: Children's Music featuring ADAM LEVY of The Honeydogs TARGET FAMILY SERIES AT THE CEDAR
There's no pandering to the little ones on Minneapolis singer/songwriter Adam Levy's children's album. He offers funk, jazz, rock and hip-hop songs about lima beans, potatoes and road trips. Terrific, tasty stuff for the entire family. (Pick Six, Jon Bream, Minneapolis Star Tribune 01/08/09)
Bunny Clogs is Honeydogs Singer-Songwriter Adam Levy's first solo children's music project. Like Shel Silverstein meets Prince and The Beatles, the first recording by Bunny Clogs More! More! More! is clever, surreal, danceable fun for the whole family. Local themes keep everyone entertained.
What is (or are) Bunny Clogs? Beatrix Potter hopped up on Goofers? Captain Kangaroo singing Run DMC? A threeway train wreck between Kraftwerk, the Beastie Boys and Harry Nilsson? A toilet paper party with Henry Kissinger in a bad Philidelphia neighborhood? Randy Newman and Dr. Seuss hijacking a Parliament Funkadelic show? The Beatles on a solid macaroni and cheese diet? Perhaps all of the above. Their debut, More! More! More! is not your run-of-the-mill strummy, folksy kids record. Part comedy record with weird characters, part dance party with the attendant house and hip-hop accoutrements, and part subtle message of peace, love and positive gastronomy, Adam Levy’s Bunny Clogs is music for kids of all ages.
Bunny Clogs’ More! More! More! asks the big questions:
- Is there life in outer space?
- Should we be eating our broccoli?
- Is it OK to dance when no-one else is?
- Are children chick magnets?
Tickets are on sale now from the Cedar Ticketline (612-338-2674 ext 2), Cedar outlets (Electric Fetus, Depth of Field, Irish on Grand and Homestead Pickin' Parlor), and online at Ticketweb
00 children 2--12, $8.00 13 and up. Children under 2 are free
This activity is made possible in part by a grant provided by the Minnesota State Arts Board, through an appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature from the Minnesota arts and cultural heritage fund with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008, and a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota.