Label: eOne Music Canada - KEC-CD-5141 • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Childrens •
Already have an account? Sign in. The main goal of the couple, since they created their characters was to produce a television show and, says Taes, the DVD is a great starting point for this. As for the television show, the Adams have been in talks with a production company in Toronto and it looks as though there will be a show in the future, with an undetermined format in mind.
They partnered together with someone they had met when they were guests on a talk show and began putting together show ideas. It was so fun working with the kids. They were stars for the day! The video features a wealth of new characters. They have toured the world, including the Middle East, Bermuda and Australia, where they performed with the Wiggles characters. Buy the DVD and learn more at: www. What a treat is was for families to come and see this duo.
At such young age Taes Nick appear to have tapped into the energy and creativity that make children and their parents sing, dance and most importantly laugh together. Very Energetic and Alive. They had the audience interacting throughout the entire performance. In addition, I must add they are very professional. They most certainly stand apart from the rest. A pair of Queen's University grads continue to make waves on the children's entertainment circuit.
It's only been four years since Nick and Taes Adams, better known as Splash 'N Boots, graduated from the Kingston institution, but in that time they've achieved some pretty remarkable accomplishments. The couple met in Rock Palace - Alan Davey - Bedouin Nick was studying concurrent education and Taes was enrolled in music and drama courses.
Hired to write children's songs and skits for a summer work employment programme SWEPthey next got a gig working for Theatre Kingston's Barefoot Players.
It's certainly no bird course to decide upon a path in children's entertainment. The most discerning of audiences, kids aren't about to politely clap and make nice if they don't like your show. As such, Taes and Nick have always strived to individualize their performances and go with the flow, in whatever way their little fans want to let off steam. It's apparent throughout the DVD the Nature Sings - Splash N Boots - Razoo! has worked hard, and spared no expense, to translate this philosophy into a video format.
Filled with colourful animation, endearing characters, eye-catching choreography and catchy tunes, the warmth and exuberance of their shows shines through the minute production. The magical, song filled adventure begins when Splash 'N Boots buy a house and receive a package containing Cammy the Camcorder.
He's going to help them film a television show featuring videos, stories and lots and lots of imagination. Although a minute video might sound daunting to hold the attention of youngsters, it's broken down into segments so that kids can immediately access their favourites, like Harry the Parrot, or Cooking with Brock Lee.
There's a trip to a farm with horsey rides, and a hilarious Jumping Jack Granny skit, courtesy of a much-pillowed Taes, who puts Nick through his paces.
Why, there's even pirates on Lake Ontario. Each segment is just the right length, Lazy Mazy - Tito Guizar And His El Rancho Rocks - Lazy Mazy / Cienito Lindo jam-packed with just enough action, to keep the eyes of kids' glued to the screen -not to mention adults eager for a little diversion.
Nick and Taes have been sneaky, too. Into each of these skits and videos, it's clear the duo have deliberately made them as educational as possible. The Splash 'N Boots Show: Act Bleeding Boy - Disappointment Incorporated - F=O, geared to ages 2 and up, helps kids to learn a myriad of skills, like counting, colours, memorization and motor development.
Maybe it's by counting bales of hay or jumping jacks, turning imaginary knobs to change screen colours or learning dance steps. But it's all very sneaky, and it works. For instance, picture this living room: a five-year-old girl sits giggling as she watches the DVD, while her mom cuddles her two-year-old brother.
The younger one isn't quite sure what to make of it, but when his year-old brother comes into the room, then proceeds to stand in front of him, he squeals his displeasure. Ergo, older brother moves, sits down and starts watching. You know you've got a winner, too, when the little girl turns and asks: "Is it expensive? However, she's not the only youngster they've won over.
They're beloved around the world, too. In July they travelled to Australia to share the stage with The Wiggles. They've been out west twice already this summer, including several shows at the Calgary Stampede, and earlier this year they were in Dubai, Bahrain, and Abu Dhabi.
There's also been interest expressed by the Treehouse Network on a children's television pilot, and now there's the DVD. It's a long way from the grassy knoll they once performed on Nature Sings - Splash N Boots - Razoo! the Queen's drama department only short years ago. But, perhaps, what's particularly endearing about the The Splash 'N Boots Show: Act 1 is that Nick and Taes aren't afraid to be silly, or poke fun at themselves.
Most adults get so hung-up on the images they project to others, they're mortified to let Lionel Bart - The World Of Oliver! and be goofy.
No making monster faces, no mugging for the camera, no morphing into strange shapes. But Splash 'N Boots makes it easy for us grownups to relive our childhood. Kids get crazy, adults get crazy: it's pure, unadulterated fun.
Suddenly, you're Nature Sings - Splash N Boots - Razoo! big enough demand to land shows in a year and a half. Nick and Taes pronounced Tess Adams vaulted from popular children's duo to really, really busy last year, when their act, Splash'n Boots, was voted Canadian Children's Regrets - Eurythmics - Touch Group of the Year.
We were completely surprised and honoured. Robert Munsch was in there too," says Nick between shows in Alberta. We just got back from the Middle East. Within that play, Brassy - Play Some D wrote a couple of songs," says Nick.
It went over big with their small audience. We loved it so much, we didn't want to stop. We're travelling the world now together. We were performing anyway. The name Splash'n Boots kinds of came up. Together, dressed in bright yellow and blue, and with help from Nick's guitar, they get their audiences moving.
We try to get the parents involved as much as possible. Nick grew up on a farm, and at every family reunion, the banjos and guitars were brought out. My family was very musical when I was growing up. Their fourth, called Razoo, will be released in July. The Adams duo is also working on a TV show, the next step in their rising career. Nick adds that all members of the family will get into the show.
Published: Thursday, June 05, A small group of adorable children were up jumping, clapping and singing along with Splash'n Boots at the duo's first Children's Festival performance Wednesday morning. It's a high-energy and educational act created by Nick and Taes Adams, recent winners of an Independent Music Award for children's entertainers. Neatly attired in bright yellow and blue, they got the kids to warm up their mini-muscles before launching into I've Got the Rhythm -- a song that gets wee ones to find the rhythm in their shoulders, in their elbows, and in their hips.
Splash'n Twist had the children dancing like mad, but then freezing in place when Nick yelled "stop! He struck a low squatting pose, and said, "Hold this one; it's good for your quads" as a quip to appeal to the parents. The children also seemed to love Harry the Parrot, who claims to be a chicken but clearly is not. This is a show not to be missed! Since their previous release, Taes and Nick have been touring full-time across Canada as well as performed sold out venues in Australia, Bermuda, United States, Bahrain and Dubai.
So get ready to sing, dance, and learn the Razoo! For more information please visit: www. Music available at: cdbaby. Studio in Hamilton, Ontario Canada to produce 11 Nature Sings - Splash N Boots - Razoo!
songs that will make babies bounce and grandparents groove. Taes and Nick spent past the last 2 years touring and performing over live shows across Canada as around the world, including Australia and the Middle East. This album was record over the span of 18 months. The cover was really great and International.
I loved that there was such an array of instrumentation and fun voices throughout. The music is reminiscent of The Wiggles" iParenting Awards. Independent release that features 10 original songs. Available at: www. The success of their sophomore album: Popcorn Pickles and Parrots introduced them to an international audience. Taes and Nick then took their music to the hills of Flying Over Russia - Marine Girls - Beach Party, Australia, Dubai, Bermuda, as well as a performance for the royal family of Bahrain.
An opportunity they never imagined four years earlier during their first performance on a street corner in the rain! Inthey also expanded from the world of music and filmed a television pilot. Stay Tuned! Create a free account. We include a link to your profile in band openings, to build trust with musicians and help them decide if they will be a good fit. Band Pop. Thanks for previewing Band Search. Join Sonicbids today to get full access to view profiles Nature Sings - Splash N Boots - Razoo!
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