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Get ready to rock. Kid-music maker SteveSongs makes his Seattle debut in a benefit concert for Children's Hospital on May 17. Compared to James Taylor --only with quirkier lyrics --Steve Roslonek (a.k.a., SteveSongs) "takes young listeners on a journey. Not just a musical journey, but an entertaining, interactive and educational one," says the Boston Globe.

His kid-tested, parent-approved acoustic grooves like the "Library" and "The Pirate Song" (Arrr!) always get little ones movin' and groovin'. Steve, whose cool tunes and good humor appeal to kids and adults alike, has been touring the kid-music circuit since 1999, boasting five albums: from his first release, Morning 'til Night, to his most recent record, Marvelous Day, winner of the Parents' Choice Gold Award.

Concert proceeds go toward Children's Hospital uncompensated care program. Ranked as one of the best children's hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report and Child magazines, Children's serves as the pediatric hub for Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Better snag your tickets to the show pronto (link), the SteveSongs Fan Club is about to get a whole lot bigger when Steve takes up co-hostship as the new music teacher on the Morning Block with Miss Lori and Hooper on PBS Kids beginning May 19. We can say we knew him when....

SteveSongs Concert to Benefit Children's Hospital
May 17, 11 a.m.
Kane Hall, University of Washington
Admission: $12 adults/$15 at the door; $10 kids 2 and older/$12 at the door for tickets for more info


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