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There music executives are realizing that the younger the audience the bigger the box thanks to that kid -- series are kid fox series the -- from High School Musical.
More than eleven million children's children's album sold in the US in 2006.
That's more than triple what it was in 2005.
An early this year I -- -- 3-D film version of Hannah Montana concert.
Taken more than 29 million dollars of domestic box office opening weekend.
But this -- market is not all kids play a group of veteran rockers are now playing wet and four kids.
Barenaked Ladies They Might Be Giants now Lisa -- Mark Twain for tots.
It -- talk about her entry into the kids' music business is -- hello good morning.
Yeah I am great no.
Everybody what we we've all been singing your songs -- the other studio.
When you take a look at your career you -- at the top of the charts instantly without even being signed.
In -- music world where so much -- change.
And you know do you look back now think I was one of the first to kind of break out in a completely different -- yet you know I was I was it was.
It was great -- Independent -- back then.
We -- on making a lot of music recording and able to -- our music and it's great that it's sort of come back to that -- our.
Right now I'm -- independent artist Anthony at camp we sent my summer -- -- Basically independently but through -- distributor Barnes & Noble through the summer so it's -- to be able to do things in an original and -- sort of entrepreneurial way to continue and that and that same direction complaint people what exactly camp Lisa is all about why this is so important to you do that.
Well I made one summer I made -- kids record can't catch and then.
And it seemed like a lot of kids are coming at me and playgrounds and -- that is coming at me grocery stores and Pulitzer wanted -- record.
So I decided to make camp Lisa -- A record full of all can't sound like classics as -- as new sons that are inspired by summer camp scenes.
And down what's really important to me is that I want other people -- this summer camp experience.
That I got to and that's going up in Texas and so I decided start camp -- foundation.
And we've coordinated with scope which is an -- foundation that sends.
Kids to camp normally wouldn't have the opportunity that summer radically things -- -- -- such a great role model because he went to Brown University you're so Smart.
And you had this really cool career that you've done -- regional and fun things what about children's music that has on you to it because I think you got three kids like.
-- -- Well I think -- is there's a lot of freedom and making some and making kids music and also I grew up listening to Latin music and you know I think it's important to encourage kids listen to music.
And music that parents enjoy listening to -- well yes they can listen together.
I mean again like summer camp with the first place I was at cat island had to play guitar played piano.
I think music brings people together and I think especially in these days between eleven video games that I think it's -- for kids to be able to sing along together and sing along with their family and friends.
I just think his music is great art team plays on personality and playing our song called best friend and it's inspired by an experience I had.
-- I wasn't really different this summer when I was seven but when we -- eight we started like it's okay and that terror it come on now and do your thing.
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