Hey y’all, Amanda here! I am in St. Louis for the summer, spending some awesome time with my family and old friends before I move to Columbia for grad school. I am also volunteering at a little art camp in Tower Grove Park run by SCOSAG, the St. Louis City Open Studio and Gallery. I am helping out in the office while camp goes on outside. This session has been about art and music, so they invited me to talk about Special Passenger Records and Dubb Nubb to perform a concert.
There are 30 kids in the camp and they sat and listened the whole time. They even participated in several songs, including leg slaps on Pitter Pat, and singing on several songs. Here is a video of the end of Ahm Nam Nam with the kids singing along!
After the concert, I talked about running a little family record label and passed around copies of all our releases for them to look at. I also showed them a book of all our beautiful hand drawn concert posters and we raffled off CDs and a t-shirt to some lucky campers. Then we passed out supplies for them to make their own posters for the Dubb Nubb performance! One camper even made a Bachelorettes poster!!!
Hannah and Delia hugged all the kids goodbye and even signed a bunch of autographs before we left! We had so much fun, Delia and I are going back today to bring more CDs and see their end of session UnShowcase. Thanks SCOSAG!
Check out the SCOSAG blog for more pictures of our fun morning.