Sunday, November 16, 2008

Museum of the Red River

Yesterday I performed at the Museum of the Red River in Idabel, Oklahoma. Evalyn came with me, and so did my mom, who had always been curious to see the museum. They both took photos for me.

Here are my dinosaurs for the "You're a Dinosaur" song. Does the hadrosaur in the middle look familiar? I did that song in honor of the museum's most impressive display, an Acrocanthosaurus, a great big meat-eating dinosaur, similar to a T-Rex, but with three fingers on each hand, and spines down his back. I replaced the "Tyranosaur Crunch" with the "Acrocanthosaur Crunch," which has a nice ring to it I think!

During my first set, Evalyn sang "Oklahoma Annie" with me, and here we are during the second set, doing "Humming Bird Hum." I changed up most of the songs because it turned out that most of the kids who came in for the second show were also at the first.

During "Silly Song" a big ol' grizzly bear joined me onstage!

My mom, Evalyn, and her newest Webkinz buddy, "Waddles," posed here for me.

Evalyn took this shot of me making a funny face during lunch.


  1. It looks like you're a welcome treat to the kids. Keep up the good work, and I know it's not an easy job even if you make it look like it is.