Top Ten Kid-Friendly Albums You’ll Actually Like!

Top Ten Kid-Friendly Albums You’ll Actually Like!

  1. The Lucky Band – Buenos Diaz

Latin GRAMMY and Emmy Award-winning family media heroes Lucky Diaz and Alisha Gaddis present Buenos Diaz, a bilingual family celebration. It’s a retro-modern-vintage Space Age adventure, complete with electric guitars, drums, brass, kazoos, and toy pianos. People magazine called it "The #1 in COOLEST kids music!"


  1. Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could – Under the Big Umbrella

Music that’s full of hope for a future with “room for everyone,” Under the Big Umbrella was created by students, teachers, and families.



  1. Peppa Pig – My First Album

Peppa Pig fans are going to be so excited about her official musical debut. My First Album features extended versions of songs from the show, including “Bing Bong Zoo” and “Jumping in Muddy Puddles,” plus brand new songs too!



  1. Howie D – Which One Am I?

Backstreet Boy Howie D is back, this time with his debut children’s album. Parents will enjoy the boy-band-esque feel, and kids will appreciate the topics, inspired by Howie’s childhood.


  1. Jessa Campbell & the Saplings – Can You Feel It?

Check out the foot-tapping sing-a-longs, whimsical storytelling, and soaring harmonies by Oregon-based performer Jessa Campbell as she enchants young and old audiences alike with folk songs about the wonders of nature. Banjo-playing moles and singing trees highlight the Pacific Northwest.


  1. KB Whirly – Now That We’re Home

Now That We're Home is a collection of lullabies that celebrate parents’ love for their children. Perfect for a long drive or nightly bedtime listening, these songs capture the soft grace and deep well of feeling that is so resonant for new parents.


  1. Renee & Friends - Kindred

Renee Stahl returns with a stellar ensemble of musical friends. Here you will find messages of kindness, empowerment, and community all wrapped up in stellar singing and songwriting. Renee, famous for her calming voice and sweet charm, created this album with contributions from Ziggy Marley, Lisa Loeb, and Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, as well as many others.



  1. The Okee Dokee Brothers – Winterland

The Okee Dokee celebrate the spirit of the winter season with an exuberant yet introspective collection of songs that explore the wonders and beauty of winter. A voyage from autumn to spring, Winterland presents secular winter music the entire family can enjoy while cozying up around the fire.


  1. Alina Celeste – Love is Te Quiero

Alina Celeste’s music is creative, joyous, and eclectic—much like her hometown of Miami, where she thrived in a multi-cultural, multi-generational environment that held no reservations about the phrase “I love you . . . Te quiero.” The songs on Love is Te Quiero carry messages of love, acceptance, and friendship in a fusion of bluegrass, Caribbean, Latin American, and contemporary styles.



  1. The Story Pirates – Backstroke Raptor

From the title track about a velociraptor who knows the best way to get off of an island to "The Wizard Who Just Goes Poof" featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda as a rapping dragon, this is The Story Pirates’ weirdest and wildest collection of songs yet! All of the tracks are based on kids' stories.

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