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Disney Star Genevieve Goings Releases First Single from Upcoming Album

Disney Star Genevieve Goings Releases First Single from Upcoming Album

Singer/Songwriter Genevieve Goings is known to all Disney Channel-watching fans as the hip singing train conductor on the educational interstitials known as "Choo Choo Soul with Genevieve", remaking Classic Disney sing-alongs, and voicing the learning bumpers featured on the new Disney Junior network.

Goings is releasing the first single from her upcoming solo album "Do You Know?" called "My Telephone Number Is" on April 22. The full album is scheduled for release on June 3, 2014. The album focuses on teaching pre-school FUN-damentals in her funky, cool, kid-friendly style.

A ten-year veteran of children's entertainment, Goings is now welcoming a second generation of viewers and listeners with the release of her first solo album doing what she does best - teaching and entertaining children with educational lyrics and motivating music.

"Do You Know?" is a new presentation path for learning for young children ages 2-7 years old. It features songs and videos aimed at helping preschoolers learn their phone number, telling time, putting themselves to bed, and the more personal things like hygiene and dealing with potty training in a dignified manner. This new inspiring set of songs is fun for the whole family and will have parents and teachers singing and dancing along.

Pre-orders on iTunes for the album will begin in early May. With the pre-order, fans will receive instant access to the bonus single "Gotta Do My Business". Goings recently released a free app on iTunes called "Sing with Genevieve", that provides children and parents a safe link to Choo Choo Soul videos, songs and other children's projects Goings has been a part of in the last year including the recently released Fisher-Price "Little People" webisodes. Fisher-Price Enlisted Goings for their global re-branding of the "Little People" to develop the musical bed, lyrics and recordings that help bring their new webisodes to life, as well as producing six original songs introducing the brand's new characters. The creative team invested countless hours in the Fisher-Price story room to create the perfect balance between the brand's storied past and its promising future. One of the most important, thought-out assets during the content development was the music, which Goings wrote, recorded and produced.

Goings can also be seen in the public service announcements for Disney's newest initiative in partnership with First Book called 'Give a Book, Get a Book' on the Disney Channel and Disney Junior.


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