High Five: Lullaby Renditions of Johnny Cash by Rockabye Baby

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

Does your little one cry, cry, cry before bedtime? Well turn up this week’s High Five feature album -  Rockabye Baby’s Lullaby Renditions of Johnny Cash. Settle the kids every evening to the chilled-out sounds of the man in black.

Watch them ‘Walk the Line’ all the way to sleep, get lost in the cozy-soft instrumental of ‘Get Rhythm’ and snuggle down to the mellow percussion of the Nine Inch Nails cover ‘Hurt’.

Celebrating songs spanning decades, Lullaby Renditions of Johnny Cash will have the whole family winding down for sleep. That’s why it’s our High Five feature album this week!

Win a copy!

This comp has now closed. Congrats to our winners, K. Roberts, C. Doak, E. Street, A. Beruldsen, L. Otranto, S. Burgess, E. Haspell, C. Gregory, K. Winters & I. Rennick.

We're giving away 10 digital downloads of the album. To go into the draw, email us your name and postal address to comps@kinderling.com.au. Entries close midnight, Wednesday February 28. See the terms and conditions

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