Broken Social Scene Member Releases Children's Book, Learn to Speak Music
While Rockabye Baby aims to develop a child’s taste for music, Broken Social Scene’s John Crossingham wants to teach them precisely what to do with it.
For the flat rate of $19.95 (which is to say: less than music lessons themselves), the book shows nine to 12-year-olds how to pick their first instrument, set up their own gigs, and write better songs. Director Christopher Mills supplies a guide on creating their own music video, as Kevin Drew, Emily Haines and Leslie Feist offer their own tips on how to grow as a musician. Sounds like just about everything a young one needs to go out and create his or her own Little Social Scene.
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