Concerts are definitely not happening right now. But the show MUST go on! And we are super pumped to bring you Saturday Morning Tunes TV, a new series with tons of fun stuff to entertain and educate (but mostly entertain) your kids.
Each month we’ll bring you a new episode of Saturday Morning Tunes TV, on the last Saturday of the month. Presented by Race Pace Bicycles and hosted by Sam Sessa, each one will have musical guests, goofy “commercials,” Hammer Time (where Sam smashes random things with a sledgehammer), Lisa Mathews Explains Everything and more.
Each episode has a theme:
Sept. 26: Funny Sounds You Can Make With Your Mouth
Oct. 31: Halloween edition, with spooky songs, campfire stories & more
Nov. 28: Thanksgiving edition, featuring all things food
Saturday Morning Tunes TV is made possible in part by Garrison Forest School, (cool) progeny, The Waldorf School of Baltimore, Kennedy Krieger Institute & Tropicool Italian Ice. The series is produced and edited by Sam Sessa & Donnie Carlo.
Episode 1 – Funny Noises You Can Make With Your Mouth
Our very first episode of Saturday Morning Tunes TV is all about sounds — sounds you can make with your mouth, that is.
We’ll learn how to beatbox with Mr. Root from Baby Beats, become a mouth trumpet expert with Victoria Vox, witness Sam Sessa’s super loud tongue snap and tooth kazoo, Hammer Time and Lisa Mathews Explains Everything.
It will be posted right here for on-demand viewing starting at 6 a.m. Saturday Sept. 26
Episode 2 – Halloween Special
Are you ready … to get spooky?
The Saturday Morning Tunes TV Halloween Special features “scary” stories by Aurora Gorealis, “The Thing About Bats” by David Gibb, a Halloween tune from Lucy Kalantari, the history of Halloween explained by Lisa Mathews and we’ll smash an entire gallon jug of apple cider and other Halloween goodies with a sledgehammer on Hammer Time — and more!
The episode will be posted right here for on-demand viewing starting at 7 a.m. Halloween morning!
Episode 3 – Food!
This episode is all about … FOOD!
We’ve got songs about food from Parry Gripp & Brady Rymer, videos about how to make food and how to eat food, a trip to the grocery store AND we’ll be smashing food with a sledgehammer. There’s even a tutorial about how to make arts & crafts using a paper bag from a grocery store.
The episode will be posted right here for on-demand viewing starting at 7 a.m. Saturday Nov. 28!