High Five: I Love Rainy Days by Daniel Tashian

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

If your family loves feel-good, calm and catchy songs that highlight the simple joys in life, I Love Rainy Days by Daniel Tashian is the album for you.

Daniel Tashian began his musical career at just 19 years-old and has worked in various sectors of the industry since. His band, The Silver Seas’ was an indie hit in the UK back in 1999, but these days he’s more well-known for his music production, producing Kacey Musgraves’ recent Grammy Award-winning album.

Now a father of three young daughters, Daniel’s turned his attention to kids’ music – and you’ll even hear his daughters singing backup vocals on this album! His songs have a broad range of messages - from teaching kids how to have fun on a rainy day (I Love Rainy Days) to  introducing them to all their friends in the alphabet (The Letters)!

Listen to Daniel Tashian The Letters:

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