Sing Loud! CD By Melissa Green Review


My kids love listening to CDs in the car and at home. They were very enthused listening to Melissa Green.  After just playing Sing Loud! by Melissa Green one time in the car, I looked at my daughter in the rear-view mirror and she was clapping her hands and arms were waving from side to side. It was so cute 🙂 Both my kids memorized the songs they love and ask me to play them over and over. Our favorite songs from this CD are the Sing Loud!, 4 Nickels and a Dime, and The Playdate. The more mellow one is “My love”. I find myself singing the words to that song, it’s very genuine. The other day I actually found myself listening to the CD and singing along with no kids in the car 🙂 It’s FUN music for the whole family.

This is Melissa Green’s fourth studio CD, it features two duets that mark the kids’ music debut of guest artist Brooke Shields, Sing Loud! celebrates the art of having confidence, being who you are, and empowering yourself with the knowledge that you can do anything you truly set your mind to!

Here are some details I received:
Known for her distinctive, warm, “wide open” vocal style, Melissa Green has been writing and performing music for families for nearly a decade. Sing Loud! builds upon her previous work with a new depth of focus that emphasizes individuality, courage, and pride. With the help of producers Lisa Parade and Bob Marlette (Wilson Phillios, Sheryl Crow, Tracy Chapman, Lynyrd Skynyrd), Melissa Green has created a kids’ /family album that musically documents her eclectic range of listening favorites: blues, ska, Nashville country, ’50s rock ‘n’ roll, and today’s pop, invoking such influences as Johnny Cash, The Noisettes, Indigo Girls, The Romantics, Bob Marley, Ani DiFrancio, the Dixie Chicks, Mumford and Sons, and Eminem.

Melissa Green’s previous albums include Sweet Little One (2011), Round and Round (2008), and Here We Go (2006). In 2008 she released a DVD, Clap, Shake and Roll, and a song-turned-book, The Seahorse Song. Her music is featured on Putumayo’s Rock & Roll Playground (2010), and she was a John Lennon Songwriting Contest finalist for “The Seahorse Song” from Here We Go.

This FUN CD was released on 7/31 – so you can grab it NOW on Melissa Green Music.

I received the product listed above for review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own.


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