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Jessa Campbell & the Saplings | How I Love You Sun

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How I Love You Sun

by Jessa Campbell & the Saplings

Our Love for Sun Song! Foot-tapping sing-a-longs, whimsical storytelling and soaring harmonies enchant young audiences through weaving the wonders of nature with original folk tunes. Banjo playing moles and singing trees shine a light on the drippy PNW!
Genre: Kids/Family: Educational
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Our Sun Song!

Foot-tapping sing-a-longs, whimsical storytelling and soaring harmonies enchant young audiences through weaving the wonders of nature with original folk tunes. Banjo playing moles and singing trees shine a light on the drippy Pacific Northwest.

MUSIC & ECOLOGY FOR KIDS
Jessa Campbell is an Oregon-based performer who bridges the worlds of music and ecology by enchanting young audiences with the wonders of nature through her songs. Caregivers can expect a blend of familiar folk children's songs mixed with original tunes written about what it's like to grow up in the Pacific Northwest!

Can You Feel It? We can, but we couldn’t have felt it without these fabulous beings:

Jessa Campbell: Vox, Keyboards Dave Smith: Bass
Amy Hakansson: Banjo
Jay Jay Harris: Drums
Paul Brainard: Steel Guitar
Album Artwork by Paola Suculima
Produced by Dave Smith
Mixed/Mastered by Bray Hodges

Written and arranged by Jessa Campbell

Special thanks to Carla and David Campbell for your endless love and support, Robert Richter and the Local Roots Community for starting this journey with us, Dave Smith for believing in this project and sharing your wisdom, Joshua Rivera of Rollstars Productions for your friendship and
beautiful work, Paola De La Concha Zindel for your sisterhood and magical artwork, Michelle Green for your costume wizardry and Cedar love, Andy Ferguson for helping connect us with the local music community, Sean Carr Photography, Bray Hodges, Village Home and countless others. Cedar, thank you for sharing your mama with this music. You are my deepest source of inspiration and the reason for creating music that invites us to connect with this beautiful planet and our wilder selves. Love You kiddo.

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