Raggs Goes into Vault to Release 160 New Preschool Songs to Digital Download and Streaming Services
Charlotte, NC, October 11, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Raggs, the Emmy Award-winning musical kids TV series, announces the first time distribution of 160 previously unreleased songs in an educational collection titled, “Raggs Preschool Learning Songs.” Each one-hour album consists of forty 1:30’ original, easy-to-learn songs and will be available for digital download and streaming services including iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play, Spotify, Pandora and others.
”Volume 1, Educationally-themed Songs” drops today with three other titles, “Volume 2 – High-Energy Play songs,” “Volume 3 –Happy Social Skills Songs,” and “Volume 4 – Fun Activity-Themed Songs,” slated for release over the next four months.
According to Dr. Shalom Fisch, Ph.D., Raggs’ TV series educational advisor and founder of Media Kidz Research & Consulting, “Raggs uses the power of music, humor and appealing characters – not only to help children learn – but to celebrate the joy of learning.”
The first release, with a large pink number one on the cover, features three of Raggs most popular music video songs such as “Water Makes the Whole Thing Flow,” “Sniffilicious,” and “I Want to be a Tree.” Singles cost $.69 and the full album sells for $9.99. Streaming service costs vary by vendor.
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Raggs is an Emmy Award-winning, musical preschool series about five colorful pups who learn life lessons though an innovative mix of live action stories, music videos, concerts, cartoons and interviews with real kids. With over 200 episodes, 300 original songs and animated new media music videos, Raggs is available worldwide in English, Spanish and Portuguese and has begun dubbing in 15 additional languages for distribution in 100 countries in 2017. The Raggs brand includes CDs, DVDs, toys, books and live shows, including a partnership called “Play at Palladium with Raggs” with the Palladium Hotel Group at resorts in Mexico, the Caribbean and Brazil. The original characters were created by Toni Steedman, a Charlotte, NC, advertising executive, for her then six‐year‐old daughter Alison. Raggs and all rights are owned by Blue Socks Media LLC, Charlotte, NC. For more info, go to www.raggs.com.
Source: Blue Socks Media