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Super Stolie celebrates your "Read to the Rhythm" summer reading program with a show that will explore and inspire the uniqueness and silliness in all of us! Playing an acoustic guitar, Super Stolie sings a batch of her catchy, original pop-rock children’s music, and also sprinkles in traditional nursery rhymes and cover tunes to mold and improv the show for the unique set of kids at hand. With her colorful outfits and personality, kids want to be her friend, join the fun, and be their awesome selves! Save the dates now and check out a show! This Summer, Super Stolie will be encouraging kids to Read to the Rhythm with a musical focus on language, alliteration, pronunciation, rhythm and rhyme in her songs, rhythmic poetry and raps, and an instrument petting zoo after the show!Save
Sounds Like: Ralph's World, Justin Roberts, The Fresh Beat Band Fan Club, Recess Monkey
Label: Screaming Galaxy
Manager: Rebecca 'Stolie' Stoelinga (self)
Bio: Super Stolie is a songwriter, musician and face-painter entertaining children and families everywhere!
Full-time musician Stolie (officially Rebecca Stoelinga) grew up in Deerfield, Illinois and currently resides on the northwest side of Chicago. As a child she learned to play piano and as a te...See Full Bio
: Stolie has a show on 05/23/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Legno Chicago in Chicago, IL http://t.co/UdjzsSLIop #concert
“You recently switched to a whole new demographic. Why kids music? I’ve been working as a musician for 15 years. I love playing for an enthusiastic audience, whoever that may be, and kids are so enthusiastic. They’re my favorite audience, because it’s just so fun. Kids music was the perfect transition out of nightlife performing. What was one of your most memorable shows? Recently, I played for a fall fest. I played the last set and by then a lot of people had left. A handful of families came that knew all of the words. The kids were requesting my songs, and it was the biggest compliment. They made it a blast. How is it making kids music if you don't have kids? Sometimes I think that if I had kids it would help the songwriting ,because I would be pulling from direct experience. Other times, I think I’m writing in a different way because I don’t have to deal with the dirty diapers and the tantrums, so everything is funny to me. ”