Thursday, June 6, 2019

2019 Summer Road Trip Music #Giveaway -- 4 CDs! #WelcomeSummer

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Sugar Mountain PR for providing product samples in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own. 

Welcome to our 2019 Summer Road Trip Music Giveaway!
One lucky reader will win this huge bundle of music to jam to all summer long!  It's the perfect assortment for the whole family to enjoy.  Check out the goods: 

Want a sample of some of this awesome music?  Stream the Summer 2019 Road Trip Playlist on Soundcloud

Find out more about each CD you will win:

Can You Feel It? by Jessa Campbell & the Saplings

This golden-voiced singer whose musical career spans from “Dragon Tales Live” to opera to
theatrical pop, releases her first album of songs for young people: Can You Feel It.
Two years in the making, this 10-song album explores nature and science concepts with
story-based lyrics and sing-along refrains.

Canta las Letras by 123 Andres

Available May 31st from here
Beyond being able to recite the ABCs, learning to read involves knowing the sounds
that each letter makes. Canta las Letras, the new album by Latin GRAMMY winners
123 Andrés, was crafted as a musical learning tool for families who speak Spanish at home,
as well as those who are learning it as a second language. The album includes 38 original
songs in Spanish to help children learn letter sounds while they dance along to cheerful
rhythms and melodies from across the Latin American hemisphere.

Earworm by Sean McCollough

Sean McCollough is a Parents’ Choice and NAPPA Award winner and host of the Kidstuff
Radio show on WDVX in Knoxville, TN. These 13 stick-in-your-head original and cover songs
include several guests including Billy Jonas, Molly Ledford, members of The Lonetones and
the Kidstuff Singers.

Under the Big Umbrella by Brady Rymer & the Little Band that Could

Available from and other retailers:
Three-time Grammy nominee and his touring band, ​renowned for their “instrumentally diverse,
harmony-rich rock tracks” (Washington Post) and joyful songs that “go right through the
ears and into the heart” (SiriusXM) offers a music-filled place where individuality is celebrated,
and kindness wins the day.

All this awesome music can be yours! Enter below:

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the
hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services
I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance
with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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