Whether your kids like rock, bluegrass or lullabies, we found music just for them. Here are some new tunes for kids.
Randy Kaplan will perform bluegrass-style children's songs at 11a.m. Saturday at the Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre, 4 Hampton St. (Route 114), Sag Harbor. $10; $5 children younger than 3, 631-725-4193, goatonaboat.org. Kaplan's new CD, "Jam on Rye," comes out June 1 and includes an ode to a shower door, a song about being bald and more. Fans can buy the CD at the show for $15.
Laurie Berkner has released her first lullaby CD, called simply "Laurie Berkner Lullabies" ($9 at Amazon.com). Says Berkner: "I have been getting requests for this album for many years." Songs include "Fireflies," "Pillowland" and "Under a Shady Tree."
Latin Grammy winners Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band will release a new Spanish-language album Monday called "Aqui, Alla" ($10.99) in conjunction with Cinco de Mayo. The band performs a Spanish- language version of "Itsy Bitsy Spider" on "La Pequeña Araña." "Aqui, Alla" -- translated as "Here, There" -- represents the diverse heritage of so many Americans.
The Bari Koral Family Rock Band has a new CD coming out May 13 called "The Apple Tree & the Honey Bee" ($11.98), and Bari Koral will soon be seen as the host of a yoga-based, movement-and-music TV show for kids on the Veria Living Network called "Yogapalooza." Koral grew up in East Meadow.