Hope Harris Articles

Cousins Jamboree reviewed by School Library Journal

Hope Harris’s album is a delightful combination of toe-tapping, sing-along ditties and quiet lullabies. The 14 original songs, along with the traditional Five Little Monkeys and Down in the Valley, cross a wide variety of genres from jazz to country and many styles in between. Harris sings silly songs about a boy who plays in an animal band, aliens, and Eddie the otter, as well as numbers about good manners and riding with your seatbelt buckled…

Scholastic Parent & Child Magazine, September 2011

Songs for mischievous monkeys and an otter that “wraps up in the kelp” turn little ones into piles of giggles, but crazy confessions in “I Am an Alien” take the cake.

Hope Harris Reviewed in September iPad issue of Parents Magazine

“Hope Harris’s Cousins Jamboree album is a fun mix of rack, folk, jazz, and swing. Listen to the title track by tapping the CD cover.”

Hope on Hilltown Families Podcast!

Hope has appeared as a Guest DJ on Hilltown Family Variety Show.

Hope Featured in "Mommy's Alright"

Yeehaw, ya’ll! It’s Hope Harris’s Cousins Jamboree taking you down home for some country fun. This southern belle kindly introduces herself in Howdy Hello and welcomes her lil’ listeners to the jamboree on the second track. It’s a fun record with ditties about critters, manners and friendship, plus a sleepy-time ballad toward the end for good measure.

Cousin's Jamboree reviewed on "Out with the Kids"

There’s a little bit of Nashville in the title track of Hope Harris’ first non-lullaby family album. The song, an energetic celebration of spending time with all the special people in your life, showcases Harris’ joyful, Grand Ole Opry-quality voice which soars to the rafters while the music gets your kids dancing on the floor and shaking their homemade maracas.


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