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Alison Faith Levy's Big Time Tot Rock at Foster City Library Tricycle Music Fest kicks off with an outdoor concert and dance party in the Leo J. Ryan Amphiteater with Alison Faith Levy's Big Time Tot Rock! Bring a picnic, bring the whole family, and get ready to jump, wiggle and sing along with the Bay Area's favorite kindie rocker! Sponsored by San Mateo County Library.
Redwood City is proud to offer our kids music series for a second year! For three Sundays this summer, the ubiquitous Andy-Z will be the Master of Music and Play by bringing his high energy to Courthouse Square. Sponsored by Redwood City's Public Library and Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department, this series will provide a safe and fun environment for kids to dance and enjoy live music from 11am to 1pm. The first event on July 13th will feature The Hipwaders, on August 10th, Alison Faith Levy's Big Time Tot Rock will take the stage, and on September 15th, our own emcee, Andy Z will perform with The Andyland Band to complete the series! Your family will be thrilled to enjoy free live music, along with an inflatable play-land at the Kidchella series this summer!
Big Time Tot Rock concert on the lawn at the Mountain View Library - always a great time!
"Silly Sundays" Family Music Series - lots of room to dance!
Sounds Like: Laurie Berkner Band, The Sippy Cups, They Might Be Giants, Carole King
World of Wonder, brand new full-length CD now available at CD Baby!
Alison Faith Levy, formerly "Sippy Alison" from the beloved San Francisco band The Sippy Cups, and the songwriter behind such Sippy faves as Magic Toast, ...See Full Bio
Hope to see you all at the Contemporary Jewish Museum this Sunday 9/15 for THREE shows at 11:30, 1:00 and 2:30!
“Alison Faith Levy has a new album, World of Wonder, which will please fans of the Sippies and their psychedelic sounds. It's targeted more at the preschool demographic that the band had somewhat moved past by the time they went on hiatus, but the sounds are classic Sippy Cup. The Wall-of-Sound production on "Itsy Bitsy Spider" drew the attention of Greil Marcus, but will still draw in the youngster set. "Like a Spinning Top" is an energetic movement song that will sound just fine even if you're buckled into a car seat. And I must admit to adoring the goofy "Baby Anteater" almost as much the song's narrator adores its subject. Levy's powerful voice and Allen Clapp's production give the "big" songs the oomph they need while giving each song their own personality. With World of Wonder, Alison Faith Levy gives her Sippy Cups fans -- and new ones -- a solid collection of songs that will definitely please preschoolers without being too cutesy for those preschoolers' older siblings.”