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The Many Layers Of Kid Kazooey

From pirate music to music for families with children, Kevin MacDowell is doing it all.

a woman sings and a man plays ukulele in a hawaiian shirt

Photo: WFIU/Annie Corrigan

Kevin MacDowell aka Kid Kazooey (right) sings with Janiece Jaffe as part of a Hoagy Carmichael birthday celebration at Indiana University's Archives of Traditional Music.

This week on Artworks, Kevin MacDowell (aka Kid Kazooey) joins us in the studio to talk about kids music, pirate songs, a new book, and his hectic schedule. We’ll even hear a song or two.

And also on the program, Annie Corrigan speaks with the creators of the “world’s greenest record,” and Rock 4 Kids Sake gets a new name and a new focus as the Bloomingtone festival.

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Bloomingtone Two-Day Music Festival Supports Artful Learning

a group of percussionists play various instruments on a darkened stage

Indiana University's Business Careers in Entertainment Club holds first annual multi-genre multi-venue music festival in Bloomington.

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