Brimming with hand-clapping, toe-tapping, get-up-and-move fun, Rock & Roll Party is highly recommended!”

Midwest Book Review

Rock & Roll Party

“An amazing musician for little kids,” says Zooglobble. “Wayne is one of the hardest working guys in the business-he’s got shows all over town! And all that hard work really shines through in his polished and refined concerts,” BostonChildrensMusic.comBooklist says “Potash knows his young audience, and his music mirrors their likes and stirs their enthusiasms.” Wayne's solo and band performances for young audiences are interactive and high energy. Venues include Club Passim, The Coolidge Corner Theatre, Boston and Rhode Island Children's Museums, and festivals all over New England. He provides Rock & Roll Birthday parties as well as ongoing music and movement school programs.

"I cannot say enough good things about Wayne Potash. He is wonderful to work with, he does a great job engaging the kids, and he is prompt and accommodating. If you want a class act that can connect with the kids and entertain parents at the same time, he's your guy!"  2017 GigSalad Review. 5 out of 5 star rating.

Wayne, a Berklee College of Music alum, provides music and movement programs for 15 Boston-area schools as well as performing solo and band concerts at a wide variety of venues.

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Kids Rhythm and Rock Review

Boston-based Wayne Potash may not be new to the children’s music game (his first album came out in 1989), but his music still sounds fresh and fun. His newest album, Rock & Roll Party, features a combination of original tunes as well as covers of songs such as George Thorogood’s “Bad to the Bone” and John Lee Hooker’s “Boom Boom,” but with updated, kid-friendly lyrics. Children will relate to the variety of subjects covered in this album, including everything from having a sweet tooth, to the adventure of going to a baseball game, to a train heading down the track. Several very special creatures are featured in their own songs as well, including, “Boris the Spider,” “Clawzy the Sea Monster,” and “Willy the Woolly Mammoth.” Preschoolers will love dancing to the rock and roll beat while younger grade schoolers will enjoy the clever, catchy lyrics which tell a different story in each song. There’s a little something for everyone on this album from “Bobcats” which adeptly combines both the animal and the construction vehicle into one song as well as “I’m a Little Princess,” (performed by Hannah Lizotte) about a little girl getting ready for her princess party. The majority of the album has an energetic, upbeat vibe and would be fun to use in programs where a dance break is needed. With a rock and roll sound and choruses you can’t get out of your head, parents will quickly find themselves singing along, even when there aren’t any kids in the car. The adorable, eye-catching cover art makes this a rock & roll party that patrons are going to want to go to. A great addition to library collections.

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