Music For Families with Preschoolers
File under “Children’s music” if you must but Jake T & The Jamboree’s debut album “Kitchy Classics” is a delightfully entertaining game of hopscotch through America’s, and in fact the world's pop music traditions, playfully mocking and celebrating icons and genres in rapid succession. It's a great sounding recording sprinkled with humor to span the generations. Kitchy Classics has something for everyone trapped in the car.
About this site
The Jamboree is not actually a band, not even in the made for television sense. The music is real enough, hand crafted to entertain preschoolers and their families. The reference to Jamboree (a noisy gathering, a boisterous celebration) is actually meant to represent you, hopefully coming together with me to support the needs in our communities. But the main reason for the name is all the good ones were already taken.
At this time 100% of money raised from music sales is going to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
If you are visiting this site to find out more about how to support St Jude Children's Research Hospital, there are a few ways to do so. One way is to buy Jake T & The Jamboree music as 100% of the money raised from sales will go directly to St Jude Children's Research Hospital.
If you wish to give directly or learn more about the programs they offer please visit: (https://www.stjude.org/)
To be completely clear, I do not officially represent, nor do I speak for St Jude Children's Research Hospital. I’m just another volunteer trying to raise money for their cause in a musical way.
Previously this project was for the benefit of the LifeMoves family shelter network who serve children and families experiencing homelessness. LifeMoves has the expertise to rapidly return people to stable housing, but a solution to homelessness requires all of us. They need your help to confront the homelessness crisis in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you wish to give directly or learn more about the programs they offer please visit: (https://www.lifemoves.org/)