Q: So, what is it that you do exactly?
A: Mom, did you write this question? I am a children’s songwriter and entertainer. I write and record original kids music and perform for families and children of all ages! I rock out at both public and private events such as birthday parties, school events, community gatherings, fairs, and any and all in between! I also teach early childhood group music classes and private guitar lessons You can check my calendar to see where to catch my next show!
Q: What is your live kids show like?
A: My live kids show is engaging and interactive for children and their parents! Every show has objects and instruments that kids can play with while I perform. The shows last roughly 45 minutes (because of a child’s attention span) and are rocking, goofy, high energy, and a ton of fun!
Q: Do you write original music?
A: Yes! All the songs on my albums are original, aren’t I creative? I write all the songs and also collaborate with other incredibly talented people. I love working with others!
Q: Will you play at my child’s birthday party?
A: Totally! I love rocking out at birthday parties! Drop me a line for availability and rates!
Q: How much do you charge for your services?
A: Great question! My rates vary based on what your needs are. I offer a variety of services and I will help you figure out what you need. Feel free to contact me for more information.
Q: I want to book you, but your calendar says that you are already booked on the day i want! what will i do now?
A: Now hold on, take a deep breath. If I am already booked on a day you want to book me, please still reach out . Depending on the time you want to book me, I may be able to squeeze your event in!
Q: What does “private event” mean on your calendar?
A: That means I am performing at a birthday party, school event, family party, retirement party, shareholder’s meeting, or anything not open to the public that someone would need to be invited to.
Q: I Don’t have a budget, but I’m interested in booking you. do you ever work for free?
A: Money can be tight sometimes, I get it! I think about this a lot and its a case by case basis. If you are part of a charity, let’s chat! If you are not part of a charity and you plan on profiting from the work of the artists and musicians you hire without compensating them, I will have to pass. However, there are different ways to compensate your artists and musicians if money is something you just can’t swing at the moment. I consider other useful services you might be offering. For instance, if your event is professionally photographed or videotaped – these are excellent perks to offer!
Q: Does anyone ever tell you that you look like seth rogen?