Attention Parents! I’m worried that best way to get your kids to look directly at the solar eclipse will be to say, “Honey, DON’T look at the sun” Because… well… they’re kids! So keep them inside OR check out the Houston Children’s Museum, I think they have an event going on inside Be smart, Be safe! And have a great day!
It’s no April Fool’s Joke, I promise! I’ll be performing at Imagination Toys & Shoes, this Saturday morning at 10:00-11:00am. Come on out and bring your clapping hands and your dancing shoes! Yahooooooo!
Come and enjoy some musical holiday cheer! (puppet show to follow!)
Friday, DECMEBER 9th
2401 Rice Boulevard Houston, TX 77005
Hey Friends, Mister Bradley’s music will be on public radio today, sometime between 3-4pm. KPFT 90.1FM. Pat Greer Kitchen’s “Eco-Ology”. Pat’s show is great. Check it out!
I just wanted to remind everyone know that I’ll be giving a concert this Thursday evening at the Children’s Museum of Houston. It’s a 6:30pm show and, if you’re looking for a fun outing with the whole family, come on out!
The show will run from 6:30-7:30 and I’ll be performing on the MainStage. It’s a great space to be in, with lots of theatre-style chairs and we can probably expect some diversity in age-ranges as well!
Also, spread the news if you can!
Hope to see you there! It’s going to be a blast!!
Mister Bradley’s Musical Jam!
Thursday, June 30th 6:30 – 7:00pm
Children’s Museum of Houston
1500 Binz St. Houston, TX 77004
I hope your Thanksgiving was fantastic!
And I want to spread the word: Mister Bradley will be performing at the Houston Children’s Museum this Saturday and Sunday in the auditorium. 3:00pm on both days. Come on out! And make musical merriment with us!
October is here!
And Mister Bradley’s Awesome October is available for a limited time only at a Name-Your-Own Price option. 1 penny or 100 dollars or anything in-between!. (And It all goes toward making more music!) Get it fast, before the month is over… otherwise you have to wait to NEXT Halloween!
The last couple weeks of music have been great. There’s a calm playfulness in most of my classes. Maybe the stress of the regular school year is lighter or something, but overall, I’m pleased that there have been some very “chill” environments in which to make music and it’s been very fun. Musical Bonding is workin’ out quite well. ;)
We pretended to go camping and made sure we brought everything we needed.
I pack full of stuff to show and sing about. It’s very important to stay close to Mom and Dad, to have a bottle of water; don’t forget to bring your travel toothbrush; don’t bring your biggest teddy bear… bring a small one; extra socks, swimsuit, change of clothes, sunscreen, sunglasses.
Five Little Ducks
Driving in my Car
Going on a Bear Hunt
Twinkle Little Star
The Green Grass Grows All Around
But their favorites have been:
Skidamarink, in which they sing “I love you” in Spanish too! “Te Quiero”
5 Little Monkeys Swinging From a Tree
I’ve had kids bring all kinds of instruments from home lately. I love it. Little guitars, flutes, harmonicas. Keep ‘em coming. I love giving each child the opportunity to talk about their instrument and experiment, playing along with opening songs and hello songs.
2 Bits of News:
I will be out this week, out of town for some business. Another Opus One Music teacher will be covering my classes at The Avalon School and at Rice Children’s Campus. His name is Jason Ciolli and he’s been teaching in this town, longer than I have! He’s wonderful. He brings a very funky vibe to things, and he’s got a wild version of “Itsy Bitsy Spider” that’s very funky. Your kids will dig him. Unfortunately, I am not able to get a substitute for my other classes, and, for that, I am sorry. I will have to schedule a make-up.
Second,Mister Bradley’s Mixed Melodies is now available for download, directly from my website. You will need to download onto a home computer first and then you can drop them into you iTunes Library, burn discs, put into iPods and other mobile devices. Here’s a direct link to purchase it. Give it a listen! I’m very excited about it. I was inspired by what I like to refer to as “the Golden Age of Kids Entertainment”, the 1970s. Electric Company, early Sesame Street, The Bugaloos, The Archies, The Monkees, etc. What can I say? I’m a Gen-Xer. ;)