Saturday, June 30, 2012


It was the "Little Program That Could" at Collinsville yesterday. The regular program room was unavailable, AND so was the regular program time, so we were meeting at an off time in an off location - the church across the street. Still, several families found their way to us and we had a whole lot of fun together!


Pop up - way up!

The "Roundy Rounders" got particularly dizzy given plenty of space for spinning! 

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Noon Tunes

Today I performed for the Noon Tunes series at the library in downtown OKC. One of the moms was a big fan of my Jungle Junk cassette from when she was a kid! And the daughter of an old friend was there, all grown up! Man, I've been doing this a long time! 

Roundy Round

Near the end we were joined by a daycare group. Can you pick them out?

Smiles! :-D

Wednesday, June 27, 2012


Two fantastic shows in Lawton today! 

Don't forget, download your free copy of "Dream Big" here; view it on YouTube here, and if you get bored with black words on a white background, please enter our "Dream Big" video competition here!

We take this photo with Evalyn every time we're in Lawton, on our walk to Subway from the library for lunch. 

Here she was in 2010! Use the Lawton label below to view more...


Hanging Out With Heroes

Pop corn?

We did "Trick or Treat" in the dark at the end of the second show!

High five!

Rabbit ears!

Tuesday, June 26, 2012


Three great shows in Stillwater today! Tomorrow, Lawton!

Don't forget to grab your free download of "Dream Big." Or you can view it with lyrics on YouTube, and if you think you can make a more interesting video, enter our competition!

Talking with kids before the first show.

Smiles :-)

Roundy Round

Introducing "Trick or Treat."

A view of the whole space.

Lisa likes to jump on any opportunity to get a unique shot from a fresh angle. Hard to do in Stillwater, since I've performed there so many times!

Another nice shot - good job, Lisa!

Thanks, Mom!

Posing for a photo after the last program.

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Dream Big! New Music Now Available!

I'm excited to announce, two brand new songs are now available for download! "Dream Big" is a theme song for this summer's reading programs. My friend Mr. Billy arranged and recorded the instrument tracks, and it rocks!! "Yawn Along Song" is another I've been performing this summer.

Three older tracks round out the digital EP, and are included for librarians to use with their summer reading theme: "Stargazer," "Take Me to Your Library," and "Somebody Dreamed a Dream."

For a limited time, you can download the "Dream Big" song for free! Just click "buy" and set your price to zero. And if you are inclined toward making videos, check out the Dream Big Video Competition!

You can download the other songs a la carte for $1 each, or get all five at once for $2.99!

You can always choose to show your love by adding a little extra to the minimum price. Any money I earn from this effort will go back into recording more new tracks, so if you want to encourage me, please purchase a download and tell your friends!

At the very least, have a listen below and see what you think. Enjoy!

Friday, June 22, 2012


Today's show in Hooker was fun, fun, fun! 

The city of Hooker was named after John "Hooker" Threlkeld, a legendary rancher in the late 1800s. Hooker is out in the panhandle, so we spent most of the day in the car - five hours each way. 

Be sure to scroll all the way down for some interesting photos from the drive. 

Hanging out before the show.

PJs, blankets, and pillows!

"Is this guy for real?"

After the show.

Carolyn, the librarian, showing off her new purchases. 
Hey all you city folk, this is what a horizon looks like!

The trees in the panhandle all grow bent in the same direction from the constant presence of the wind!

We drove through Hank the Cowdog country!

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Jenks and Wilburton

Two great shows today, in Jenks and Wilburton!

Some stats for you...
Left home: 8:00 AM
Arrived back: 8:00 PM
Hours in the car: 6.5
Book read aloud: Fly Trap (Fly By Night)
Number of songs performed: 18

At Jenks we had a really great group of 3 and 4 year olds right up front. 

"Stretch your arms from dusk to dawn..."

"Roundy Round" in Wilburton.

No slumber party is complete without a spooky story!