Toe Jam Puppet Band!

Toe Jam Puppet Band


       Formed in 2000, the Toe Jam Puppet Band offers a special brand of hands-on children’s entertainment that grown-ups can actually enjoy. The Dynamic group is great with kids, but best when teachers or parents are having fun with the little ones. The performances are very active, encouraging kids and parents to sing and dance along with the band as they entertain with a unique combination of original songs, masterful shadow puppetry, storytelling and just plain old good fun.

       With sponsorship from the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC), the Toe Jam Puupet Band released their first CD in April 2002. Featuring 14 original songs, the CD seeks to replicate the nurturing hands-on interactivity of the playgroup experience that has made them so well loved by children, teachers and parents. In December 2003, Toejam released it’s 2nd CD entitled ‘Toejam Dance Party’ featuring some of their most popular songs, including: ‘Barn Dance’, ‘Block Cheese Dance Party’ and ‘Green Light A-Go-Go.’

       From dance songs like Do the Conga, Barn Dance and Block Cheese Dance Party to interactive songs such asCar Wash the flying Laundryand the wacky bubble machine, everyone, young and old, can’t resist singing and dancing along. Plain old walls magically become a shadow puppet theater for Mr. Bun, Born a Bug, and various other puppet shows.


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