BAZE AND HIS SILLY FRIENDS Offer Free 'School Days' Download
BAZE AND HIS SILLY FRIENDS
Kindie music favorites Baze and His Silly Friends will release their third CD, The Best Day Ever!, in October , and they want to make going back to school "the best day ever" for kids right now! Baze and His Silly Friends are offering a FREE DOWNLOAD of their ultra cool new song,"School Days."
An enthusiastic mash up of The Ramones and The Bay City Rollers, "School Days" will get the whole family excited for school and remind kids that learning is fun. Check out the free "School Days" song download HERE.
Joining Baze and His Silly Friends on The Best Day Ever! is an all-star kindie lineup, including Lucky Diaz, Kira Wiley, Dave Lambert (of The Fuzzy Lemons), Suzi Shelton, and Yosi, along with Stacia Newcomb ("Star" on PBS KIDS Sprout's The Good Night Show), Andrew Freeman (of punk rock band The Offspring and famed hard rock guitarist George Lynch's Lynch Mob), and the legendary Tom "Bones" Malone, one of the original SaturdayNight Live band members, who currently plays in The Blues Band for The Late Show with David Letterman and has performed with nearly everyone in the music biz.
Marc "Baze" Bazerman, founder/leader of Baze and His Silly Friends, is an exceptional sound designer, mixer, and composer who has worked on TV and radio spots, on-air promos, TV shows, and feature films for clients such as A&E, Lifetime, ABC, Spike, USA Network, The History Channel, and HBO. Bazerman has recorded, mixed, and sound designed spots for such hit Broadway shows asYoung Frankenstein, Hair, Billy Elliot, West Side Story and Rent, as well as for many popular animated TV shows, including ABC's Doug, Disney's PB&J, and Nickelodeon's Little Bill. He is a requested sound designer/mixer for such celebrities as Bette Midler, Kevin Spacey, Kevin Kline, Mel Brooks, Angela Bassett, and Sigourney Weaver.
Since 2006, New Jersey-based Marc Bazerman has recorded and performed with Baze and His Silly Friends. When not busy in the studio, you can find him playing with his two sons or rockin' concerts for kids and families throughout the NYC tri-state area.
Baze and His Silly Friends are proud supporters of Autism Speaks, and a portion of the band's CD sales goes to help raise autism awareness.