Children's Courtyard Concerts - Judy Pancoast McKim CourtyardCentral Library in Copley Square700 Boylston StreetBoston MA 02116 Wednesday, July 16, 2014, 10:3011:30am Children of all ages are welcome for a summer series of special Courtyard Concerts. Kids will move, groove, and sing along to their favorite childrens performers.Judy Pancoasts outrageously fun family performances have created a ruckus throughout the USA wherever children and families gather. She makes music for kids all over the world whose parents value the innocence and joy of childhood: Totally terrific tunes with timeless lyrics about childhood experiences that resonate across the generations. She calls it Bubblegum Pop for Sweet Kids!. Library:Central LibraryNeighborhood:Back Bay Type of Event:Concerts / Live Music Cost:Free Audience:Children (Ages 0-5), Children (Ages 6-12), Families More info:www.judypancoast.com
Judy presents two half-hour concerts as party of the fun of the Y's Healthy Kids Day! Shows at 9:30 and 10:30am.
The festival runs from 10:30 am until 5 pm (ish)
Concert with Judy Pancoast Parker Hill BranchBoston Public Library1497 Tremont StreetRoxbury 02120 Tuesday, June 26, 2012, 10:30 – 11:30am Music and fun for children of all ages. Come join us as we kick off the summer and our Dream Big – Read! Summer Reading Program with a concert by Grammy Nominee Judy Pancoast! Library: Parker HillNeighborhood: Roxbury Type of Event: Concerts / Live Music, Story Time Cost: Free Audience: Children (Ages 0-5), Children (Ages 6-12), Families
Sounds Like: The Carpenters, The Partridge Family 40 years of family fun
Label: MAMANOOK Music
Manager: Emma S. Pancoast
Bio: The most important thing to know about Judy Pancoast is that she is a Grammy Nominee for her CD "Weird Things are Everywhere! Here's how it happened....
Back in the 70’s, when all the “cool” teens were listening to heavy metal and alternative rock stations, Judy was listening to Top 40 bubblegu...See Full Bio
“A vocal chameleon with a terrific back-up band, she mixes up musical styles for each of these 12 numbers. She sets the tone for the recording with the title cut (a jazzy techno pop tune that features a slick saxophone). Between songs, Pancoast vamps an "auto tour" of the country, mentioning facts, sites to see, and books about selected states. She often encourages visits to the library. Standout songs include: "Yucky" (a commentary on nursery rhymes featuring a Caribbean beat), "Superman Can" (a cool jazzy comparison of comic book heroes), "I Can't Go Surfin'" (a lament about living in Idaho, set to 60s beach music), "Bum-de-Bo" (a tall-tale ballad that picks up the tempo halfway through), and "A Little Bit of Elvis" (a rockabilly tribute to the King). Librarians will particularly enjoy "Once Upon a Time," a story/song about a princess who meets her prince in the School Library.”