7 Ways To A Better Recording by James Coffey

This is the first in a series of posts by member James Coffey, B.M.Ed., M.Ed. of Blue Vision Music. So many things go into creating a great recording, from the initial song idea to the final replication. These days artists are more involved in every level of the recording process, sometimes even recording and mixing […]

Baby Beluga by Raffi on Throwback Thursdays

Today’s classic song is the wonderful, magical, timeless Baby Beluga by Raffi.  I have worked as a Teaching Artist for over ten years and as a result I have a love/hate relationship with school concerts. They are big, loud and often stressful for the kids they are meant to celebrate. In fact, there are always […]

Partner Spotlight: Kathy Byers

The Children’s Music Network is honored and grateful for the support of our wonderful Business Sponsors and Non-Profit Partners. This series is meant to shed a little more light on what they do. Today’s partner is Kathy Byers. 1. What is your mission? I want to keep writing songs from the perspective of children themselves, […]

Handy YouTube tips for beginners!

Editor Alina Celeste shares a few tips she’s learned over the past several months as she wades into the wide world of YouTube. YouTube is one of the fastest-growing networks in the world of kids media. The best part about that is that it’s no longer necessary to wait for a network or producer to […]