High Five: Sharon & Bram and Friends by Sharon & Bram

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

Iconic Canadian family music stars Sharon & Bram are back with their first kids album in 20 years – Sharon & Bram and Friends.

Bringing happiness, entertainment and positive messages to families around the world is what they do best and this album is packed with songs designed to spark delight.

They celebrate diversity on 'Different', teach beatboxing on 'The Drum Song' and are joined by comedian Colin Mochrie for a hilarious song about colours. 

Sharon & Bram and Friends is full of fun and positivity, and that’s why it’s our High Five album of the week.

For a chance to WIN a copy for your family, head to our Kinderling Facebook page!

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