Stars of Kindie Rock
Formerly the front man for the critically hailed 1980s band the Del Fuegos, the Pete Seegeresque musician with the funny hair began recording what he calls "all-ages" music after having his first child in the mid '90s, and he has become the family-music genre's most outspoken and eloquent advocate. (Making family music, he says, involves "working at a much higher creative level than anything else I've done.") With collaborators like Sheryl Crow, Father Goose and Daphne Rubin-Vega, the Grammy winner has explored a range of music from Zulu folk to gospel.
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