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"A Physician-Musician on a Mission" - that's how Kenny Davin Fine quickly describes himself, the truth being that the singer-songwriter, medical doctor, and spiritual Journeyman may take the term "multi-hyphenate" to new and unexpected levels. With his new album, Brand New Road available now, he's got a collection of country, rock and blues ready to be heard, but also a message of "Finer Health" - not just for grownups, but for kids, too! To celebrate the new album, Dr. Fine has teamed-up with THE ROCK FATHER Magazine to offer a special Prize Pack featuring his signature "Dr Blueberry" Organic Freeze-Dried Blueberries from The Organic Alternative, plus his new album and his previous children's record!

Despite all the cute photos I tend to post of The Rock Daughters™ and our family, my wife and I deal with cranky, angry kids at multiple points within each and every day. I like to say "Grumpelstiltskin" (which the girls hate), which is even more amusing since the Sugar Free Allstars just released a song and video with some similar thinking. Check out "Grumpopotamus (and the Crankosaurus Rex)" below for a serious kid-friendly funk jam!

Sara Lovell's new family music album, YOU'VE GOT ME, has a few songs on it that could be considered worthy of a Halloween playlist, but in the midst of a record that tackles monsters, alligators, and rabbits is one song that really stands out for the season. "The Skeleton Band" is that track, perfectly fitting the spooky seasonal bill, and just in-time for Halloween, there's an animated music video to go along with it. Check it out below as part of 31 Days of Halloween here on THE ROCK FATHER™ Magazine...

Monday, October 24 2016 16:03

Video Debut: THE NOT-ITS! "Washington, D.C."

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What an Election year this has been. With unprecedented wackiness on all sides of the aisle, we can expect the chaos and controversy to continue well through Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th. As I've already experienced here at Rock Father HQ, kids are asking questions, and whether Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, or an unlikely-to-win third-party candidate will be getting your vote this season (I'm voting for Optimus Prime since I agree with his platform that "Freedom is the right of all sentient beings"), there's an opportunity to use this season to teach kids how our system is supposed to work. At that center of that system is Washington, D.C. - a city that evokes some natural curiosity in kids... a place unlike any other in the United States, and today Seattle's THE NOT-ITS! are paying tribute with the release of their new music video. "Washington, D.C." is a song that's been featured here on THE ROCK FATHER™ Magazine in the past (get a free download here), and today it's back as one of my favorite bands in the "Kindie Scene" (and one with legit indie cred) goes on a big adventure...

This November, Keith Munslow and Bridget Brewer are set to release their first collaborative album of music for kids and families, with BIG BUNCHA BUDDIES. They've already been performing some of the new songs around Rhode Island, but until now, there hasn't been a formal taste of what to expect. With Halloween creeping-up, it's pretty appropriate that the first single to be released is one that's more... unleashed... from the crypt - a tale of "Jilly the Ghost!" You can't see her, but she sees you!

On October 14, two-time GRAMMY nominee Justin Roberts will release his 13th family music album, LEMONADE. “It's the musical equivalent of an impromptu lemonade stand popping up in the summer heat,” says Roberts about the new record, and today we're giving you a first-look at the music video for the title track, right here on THE ROCK FATHER Magazine. A sweet and cheery number, "Lemonade" carries its summery-vibe right into fall. Gather the kids and have a look and listen...

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