The Dreamtree Shakers | Dream and You Will See

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Dream and You Will See

by The Dreamtree Shakers

Eclectic Folk-Pop rooted in harmony and sprouting with surprise.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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1. Welcome Everyone
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2. Watching the Leaves Fall
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3. Her Sound is Sunshine
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4. Honeybees
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5. Don\'t Pick on a Porcupine
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6. Itty Bitty Fish
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7. Oliver and Norma Jean
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8. Dream and You Will See
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9. Mother Bird Song
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10. Sneezer is Sleeping
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The Dreamtree Shakers, online at www.dreamtreeshakers.com, twist and shake like leaves and trees as they sing and play original songs full of the stories of the forest.
Their live shows consist of flourishes of movement and puppetry that surround the bass, guitar, flute, sax, vocals and drums while drawing the eyes and ears of children and adults alike.

Led by songwriter/educator/actor Jeremy Babcock, the band recorded and released their first official CD, "Dream and You Will See,"at The Beat Kitchen in Chicago, IL.
Starring:
Aerin Tedesco on drums and vocals
Shawn Schlag on vocals
Tony Piscotti on guitar and lap steel
Mani Bances on flute and saxophone
Michael Doty on bass
Kate Thomas and Christina Schlag with movement and puppetry

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