CASPAR BABYPANTS FINDS BIG JOY IN SMALL THINGS

Mar 02, 2010

Caspar Babypants is one of the few children s recording artists that I can listen to without wanting to stab myself in the eyes. Weird Al Yankovic

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I am sure all the moms, dads, aunts and uncles can appreciate Weird Al s endorsement. After all, you want your children to listen to music and, yes, the normal Barney/Thomas/Wiggles tunes do teach your child important life lessons. But it can get old quick.

Enter Caspar Babypants. One listen is all it takes to know that Caspar is not the average children s musician. The songs still deliver crucial value lessons, but they do so in a way that makes sense for a modern family. You will probably even enjoy the tracks yourself if not, you have killed your inner child. Shame on you.

If Caspar (Chris Ballew) looks or sounds familiar, its because he s a founding member of The Presidents of the United States of America a band well known for bringing out the childish nature that we often neglect.

Caspar performs at libraries, town halls and other kid-friendly videos and keeps the tots dancing from start to finish.  He uses the Mackie SRM150 for all his amplification needs. That s the beauty of the SRM150 since it houses a mini Mackie mixer, you can plug in your mic and guitar, point it at the crowd and go. It s the perfect solution for small performances. Caspar certainly thinks so.

I searched and searched for a convenient small powerful solution to my live sound needs playing music for kids in all kinds of settings. When I test drove the Mackie SRM150 in the store it BLEW AWAY systems more than twice its size and price. I am beyond satisfied with the clarity and ease that this unit provides. BRAVO MACKIE!!" Caspar Babypants

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So, do yourself (and your kids) a big favor and check out Caspar Babypants. Here s everything you need to get more info:

And why not? A quick video: