Steve Weeks | Baby Started  Dancing

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Baby Started Dancing

by Steve Weeks

A truly original voice on the Kindie music scene, Steve Weeks performs catchy, upbeat family music with both a whimsical sense of humor and a deep sense of purpose.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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A truly original voice on the Kindie music scene, Steve Weeks performs with both a boisterous sense of humor and a deep sense of purpose. “We’re supposed to be entertaining and educatingkids,” the Colorado-based singer-songwriter enthuses. “I am sincere about the music I write. If it’s not coming from the heart or isn’t fun, I won’t write it.”

That focused attitude about his craft has led to a series of smile-inducing delights across multiple albums, including a trio of
themed projects known as “The Alphabet Songs Series” and the critically acclaimed albums "Dandelion" and "Once I Lived Upon the Sea".

Weeks has long been known for his richly layered, acoustic-based songs. “This is simple, elegant songwriting,” says Kenny Curtis, program director at Sirius XM satellite radio, “with a heavy dose of whimsy.”

Weeks, who placed first (with his song “Up!”) in the children’s music category of the U.S. Songwriting
Competition, boasts four tracks that have reached No. 1 on Sirius XM’s Kids Place Live.

In part, that national success is a credit to fact that Steve’s music doesn’t leave adults out in the cold. Woven throughout his songs are heartfelt messages and stories that young and old alike can appreciate.

“I want to be able to leave a real legacy with people,” Weeks says. “It makes my day when someone tells
me that they listen to my music as a family and that my songs mean something to them. I’d love to think
that someday people will remember my music as a fond part of their growing-up experience.”



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