Cindy Wilkinson | Jumpin' On Down the Road

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Jumpin' On Down the Road

by Cindy Wilkinson

Cindy Wilkinson blends the sounds of bluegrass, country, blues, and calypso with her humorous original songs. This CD features fiddle, mandolin, dulcimer, steel drum, and peddle steel and will make it's listeners want to get up and dance
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Whoosh
3:41 album only
2. Everybody Dance
3:55 album only
3. Travelin' Friends
4:11 album only
4. Big Bad Wolf
4:18 album only
5. Say Hello
3:28 album only
6. Jumping Sheep
4:31 album only
7. Jumpin' On Down the Road
2:29 album only
8. Wanna Be Cool
4:35 album only
9. No, No, No
4:02 album only
10. What Goes Up
3:22 album only


Album Notes
Cindy Wilkinson is a long-time musician and has
performed around the country for festivals, schools, libraries, museums, and all kinds of events. Some of her
favorite gigs have been the Swallow Hill Folk Festival in
Colorado and the New England AEYC Conference in Manchester, New Hampshire. She combines folk, bluegrass, blues,
country, and calypso to put on a show that entertains
adults as well as the little ones.

With a degree in Early Childhood Education, Cindy
weaves together educational experiences with her humorous
repertoire which keeps the audience jumpin'. She is in demand as a presenter for early childhood educators at conferences around the country (NEAEYC, CAEYC, INA, UNK).
In Denver, she serves on the faculties of the esteemed
Denver Center Theatre Academy and Swallow Hill Music School
as well as serving as an artist-in-residence with
Young Audiences.

Cindy has been featured on KUSA, KCNC, WB's 2Day,
Colorado PBS, and in Cosmopolitan, Smart Kid, Denver
Westword, Phoenix Gazette, and Denver Post. As Cindy is
also Colorado's most popular singing nanny, she was named
the Nanny of the Year by the International Nanny Associaton
in 1998.



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