<em>Juno</em> May Get A Moldy Peach On “Sesame Street”
Song titles include “The Alphabutt Song,” “Seven Hungry Tigers,” “Little Monster Babies,” “Wiggle My Tooth” and “Pee Pee in the Potty,” and collaborators include former Third Eye Blind guitarist Kevin Cadogan and a number of Dawson’s other musical friends and their children. “They’re not those little fake, smiley faced, typical kid backup singers,” Dawson says of her youthful cohorts. “They’re screaming and saying whatever they want. It’s how kids want to do music, not like when they’re in school taking lessons and all sitting in rows on bleachers.” As for the “Alphabutt” songs, Dawson notes, “they’re not necessarily anything like a lot of other kids music that’s out there. I think the songs are really free, which is a little different from a lot of other kids music I’ve heard. And I think kids will connect with it, musically, ’cause it’s actually kids playing. It’s really free and kind of wild.”
Hey, beats The Wiggles.
Singer extends “Juno” buzz with kids album [Billboard]