High Five: Let All The Children Boogie - A Tribute to David Bowie

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

Let All The Children Boogie is an all-star tribute to the late and great music legend, David Bowie.

David Bowie is a natural fit for a kid-friendly album. He shared a sense of wonder and magic through his music, his fashion and his unique way of creating and performing.

Now Bowie’s music has been re-imagined by a diverse group of artists for a family friendly compilation including kid music favourites Red Yarn, Walter Martin, and Elizabeth Mitchell.

With proceeds going to the It Gets Better project that supports LGBTI youth, Let All The Children Boogie is the perfect title and tribute to the great man himself. Vale Bowie. 

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