"Happy Haunted Halloween" is here!
With plenty of treats and maybe a few tricks up its sleeve, Happy Haunted Halloween offers something for everyone who loves Halloween: spooky songs about haunted houses, ghost towns, crawl spaces, and monster hunters; sweet songs about gathering with friends, dressing up as a cuddly bunny, and counting trick or treat loot; and even an historical song about the brilliant teenage author, Mary Shelley, plus a dance number inspired by her novel Frankenstein.
MR. SINGER & THE SHARP COOKIES– HALLOWEEN PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS
Oct. 25 Friday Trick or Treat Fest 6pm to 8pm - Rolling Meadows, IL - To purchase tickets: Visit the To purchase tickets: Visit the Rolling Meadows Park District website HERE
Oct. 27 Sunday 12pm - the Beat Kitchen – Halloween Show - Chicago, IL - To purchase tickets: Visit the Beat Kitchen website HERE
Oct. 28 Spooky Silly Halloween Show- Berwyn Library - Berwyn, IL - To register visit Berwyn Library’s website HERE
Oct. 31 Goudy Park – “Ghouly” Park Halloween Show - Chicago, IL - More details HERE
REVIEWS FOR “HAPPY HAUNTED HALLOWEEN”
Broadway World “With plenty of treats and maybe a few tricks up its sleeve, Happy Haunted Halloween offers something for everyone who loves Halloween.”
A Nation of Moms “Happy Haunted Halloween has a fun and positive vibe with catchy tunes. I love finding Halloween music that is appropriate especially for younger children and that the whole family can enjoy together.”
Midwest Record “Fun stuff powered by witty lyrics that kids will probably pass on to their kids one day, all we can say is move over "Monster Mash”."
My Crafty Zoo “I highly recommend Happy Haunted Halloween for your families Halloween party!”
San Diego Family Magazine “Happy Haunted Halloween offers something for everyone who loves Halloween
Chicago Tribune “This year, expect plenty of spooky/fun songs, such as “Grandpa's Ghost,” “How Many Pieces of Candy,” and “She Writes Frankenstein” (an ode to Mary Shelley)
City Parent Magazine (Canada) “Enjoy some spooktacular fun for the whole family this Halloween with this new album that includes both spooky and sweet songs, all done in the band’s signature rocking, electric sound”
Momma’s Bacon “If Simon and Garfunkel wrote a song with Danny Elfman”
A Rup Life" I love how this album jumps around genres but all have that overlay of spooky sounds and lyrics. It is eclectic but it works and it is fun! Perfect for setting the mood for Halloween!”
New Music Weekly “Mr. Singer and the Sharp Cookies specialize in fresh, positive, high-energy music at kid-friendly volumes, sneaking a little mischief, a little sweetness, and a lot of fun into their clever originals.”
GeekDad “The group thoroughly mines the holiday with “How Many Pieces Of Candy?” and the rollicking rockabilly “Ain’t Scared Of Nuthin’.”
Broadway World “It’s a fun album you could play on your porch as kids come trick-or-treating, at Halloween parties, or in the car anytime you want to get psyched for Halloween.”
Kidskintha Mr. Singer interview
“Halloween is my favorite holiday, and inspiration always strikes around this time. Each year for the past fifteen years or so, I’ve written Halloween songs for kids. Happy Haunted Halloween compiles the fourteen best songs of the collection;I always love recording with my wife Kerry, my great friend Marius, our niece and nephews and our young LeitHaus music students. Experimenting with eery Halloween sounds and song arrangements was a bonus.”
Mr. Jeff 2000 “trippy, zippy, and spooky”
The Record-Journal (CT) “fun, original Halloween tunes that will become part of your every year festivities”
Storywraps “Chicago's most energetic band that rocks for kids, the award-winning Mr. Singer & the Sharp Cookies, goes all out for the season ghosts and goblins with their fourth album, Happy Haunted Halloween.”
Motherhood Moment The band's rocking, electric sound has been described as "like June & Johnny Cash playing the Clash while riding unicycles through the zoo!"
A Geek Daddy “The perfect soundtrack for a children's Halloween party”
Phil’s Picks “The album proves to be its own musical treat for any young children’s Halloween party this year.”
A Geek Daddy “this family friendly album offers something for everyone who loves Halloween”
SoCal City Kids “Haunted Halloween,” which just might possibly inspire a little howling at the moon.”
Midwest Book Review “perfect for children's Halloween parties, or setting the mood for handing out candy to trick-or-treaters at home. Highly recommended!”
For more information about Mr. Singer & the Sharp Cookies, to schedule an interview, or to request a review copy of Happy Haunted Halloween, please contact Elizabeth Waldman Frazier at Waldmania PR: 415-334-2787 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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