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Sunday, November 11, 2012

New album from Canadian Children's Group of the Year! {#holidaygiveaway}

Last week my favourite home grown talent, released their sixth CD, all written and based on fan feedback, via their facebook page!  How awesome is that?

Here is the perfect stocking stuffer for the little music connoisseur in your life.  {Purchase now to get in on a great deal.}

One week only:
Digital Download - $3.00
Physical Download + Digital Download - $5.00

Coconuts Don't Fall Far From The Tree

 Hot off the heels of a cross-Canada theatre tour with Treehouse LIVE, the
cutting-edge duo have written the new compilation based on feedback from
their fans. All 15 song titles as well as the album's name were decided
and voted on by Splash'N Boots fans via the group's Facebook page
(www.facebook.com/splashnboots), and fans were also involved every step of
the way during the writing process. Over the course of seven months, fans
were continually asked to chime in with fun ideas for lyrics, making this
album the ultimate band/fan collaboration.

Splash N Boots has a great sound, which is fun for the whole family.  Do not be surprised if you find yourself singing along within a few minutes!  You really must check them out, if you aren't familiar!  


Readers can enter to win a CD copy of Coconuts Don't Fall Far From The Tree (Canada)
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Torviewtoronto said...

lovely children will like this funny title

bula said...

I'd love to share this with my kids.

Angela M said...

I'd give this CD to my daughter. I think she'd love it.

Journeys of The Zoo said...

My kids would LOVE this CD (we have one of their DVDs).

Besos, Sarah
Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

Sandra mitchell said...

my youngest grandaughter

robynl said...

it would make a great stocking stuffer!
the grandkids would be the ones benefitting if I won


Fan R. said...

I'd give it to my little man, great stocking suffer for sure