Baby and Kids
Being a parent, you face a paradox: finding music that's appropriate for your kids but that's not so vapid it makes you want to rip your hair out. Well, you and your follicles can now rest easy.
Veteran rockers Juice Box Heroes achieve what many musicians aspire to but few do well: making music both you and your kids will love. If you loved the 80s (Who didn't? We're still trying to rinse out the hairspray.), you'll appreciate that Juice Box Heroes bases much of their instrumentation on their two albums, No Sugar Added and Loose Tooth, on 80s classics. For instance, Madonna's Material Girl is now "Cheerio World" and George Michael's Faith is now "Cake." They've layered on new, kid-accessible lyrics, so your little Princes and Bangles will be rockin' along with you.
Next step: teaching your kids to make devil horns while they rock next to you!
Northern California natives and brothers Craig and Scott Coane became passionate for music early in life as they sang along to their parents' favorite songs from Neil Diamond, John Denver, The Eagles, and Air Supply. Their zeal carried into early adulthood as they were each members of rock 'n' roll bands in college and reunited afterward in San Francisco to start a local 80's band. Late-night gigs and early-work mornings soon got old when Craig and Scott became dads. No longer able to handle 2am dive-bar song finales followed by 5am home bottle-feedings, they knew things had to change. Thus were born the Juice Box Heroes!