Developmentally appropriate punk songs put a Ramones-style edge on kids’ classics such as “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” and “London Bridge”
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Their Sound: Imagine Barney after he heard the Ramones for the first time. It’s electric fuzz and fast-tempo bass lines undergirding call-and-response style vocals that parents and kids can enjoy together.
Their Cred: Frontman Dr. Paul Crowe (aka Crusty Booger) is a father, a developmental psychologist, and a rocker who’s spent more than two decades in punk clubs, opening for Dee Dee and Marky Ramone along the way.
Where to Begin: Road to Rock, The Boogers’ debut album, which features award-winning takes on songs such as “Twinkle Twinkle,” “Row Yer Boat,” and “The Wheels on the Bus”