Smithsonian Folkways Acquires Bobby Susser's New Hope Records
'Bobby Susser Songs for Children' released
direct-to-digital Sept. 9
On September 9th, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings released a new acquisition, a collection of music from
songwriter and producer Bobby Susser. Bobby Susser Songs for
Children, originally published between 1994 and 2012 by New
Hope Records, is comprised of twelve albums of newly composed
vocal and instrumental music, directed toward childhood’s
universal development needs. Bobby Susser has worked with a
wide array of musicians, from The Drifters' late lead singer
Ben E. King (d. 2015) to singer/songwriter Paul Simon.
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Welcome to the official home of the award-winning young
children's series “Bobby Susser Songs for Children,” written and produced by Bobby Susser.
We offer original music with
easy-to-learn songs and activities for preschools, day care
centers, early childhood settings, special needs and home use
for all children. CDs include parent/teacher notes, suggested
activities, and lyrics. Most albums are suitable for children
ages 2-8 (Pre-K to Grade 3). AMERICA and WO! are suitable for
children of all ages. Home and Classroom tested. Over 5
million albums sold.