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New York Times!

October 16, 2015 - 2:46pm -- admin

This San Francisco singer has gone from children’s music to
adult music and back again. A former member of the kids’ pop group the
Sippy Cups, she detoured into the grown-up duo McCabe & Mrs. Miller
before returning to her young fans with the albums “World of Wonder” and
“The Start of Things.” This concert, for ages 3 through 8, is her New
York City debut with her new band. At 11:30 a.m., the Jewish Museum,
1109 Fifth Avenue, at 92nd Street, 212-423-3200,

Zooglobble Digs The Start of Things!

April 25, 2015 - 10:33am -- admin

Kids' music in the 1960s -- that is to say, kids' music before there
was even a name for it -- basically took the folk music path that was
one of the dominant musical strains of the era.  For Pete Seeger and
Ella Jenkins, there was some distinction between folk music for adults
and that for kids, but it was a distinction more of presentation than of
subject matter.  And that folk music orientation was basically the
default kids' music option through the '80s if not the '90s until the
kindie wave swept through at the start of the 21st century.

SoCal City Kids - Alison Faith Levy's Blockbuster Batch of Pop Tunes for Kids - The Start of Things - Sparkling New Solo Album from "Sippy Alison"

April 25, 2015 - 10:55am -- admin

Alison Faith Levy, formerly “Sippy Alison” of legendary kindie trailblazers The Sippy Cups
and the songwriter behind such Sippy hits as “Magic Toast,” The
Jellyfish,” “Move Your Pants,” and “One Day Soon,” makes a stunning
return to the kids’ music scene with her second solo album, The Start of Things, set for release on April 21st.

The Review Broads

April 25, 2015 - 10:50am -- admin

Alison Levy (also known as Sippy Alison of The Sippy Cups) shares her
wonderful sounds of music with our little ones ages 3 to 8 years old in
The Start of Things, her new solo album.

A Moment with Kindie Rocker Alison Faith Levy!

February 20, 2015 - 2:27pm -- admin

Kindie music trailblazer and founding member of The Sippy Cups,
Alison Faith Levy knows how to get the entire family moving and
grooving. With her Big Time Tot Rock Band, she brings dynamic
musicianship and live beats from World of Wonder, her forthcoming album.
From Lollapalooza to Austin City Limits, Alison loves performing, and
the San Francisco Public Library is her favorite performance venue.
Through an interview with Mariea Whittington, Millbrae Library Intern,
we learn more about Alison and her music!

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At-Home Dad Matters

August 26, 2014 - 1:46pm -- Alison

There’s Magic In The Music: Alison Faith Levy’s Big Time Tot Rock

One of the other dads bends down to hear my daughter over the
band’s acoustic euphony. She blurts out her excitement, her phone chord
curls bouncing in time with the beat.

“{{I have magic in
my hands and I can touch the walls and turn them different colors but
ACTually the magic is in my WHOLE body and if I want to I can BLAST it
all out but there will always be moooore!}}”