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Boogers

Boogers

Boogers


This is the brainchild of Dr. Paul Crowe Fatherhood, a PhD in Developmental Psychology, and 20 years of sloggin' it in wretched clubs as a punk rocker - even opening for Dee Dee Ramone and Marky Ramone - formed Paul's vision of the Boogers. The Boogers is simply Punk Rock meets Children's Songs. Imagine The Ramones singing such childhood classics as: "Itsy Bitsy Spider" and Row Row Your Boat (Gently Down the Stream" and the infamous: London Bridge (Is Falling Down)" and the end project would be The Boogers! They have been around since 2008. Read more on Last.fm
This is the brainchild of Dr. Paul Crowe Fatherhood, a PhD in Developmental Psychology, and 20 years of sloggin' it in wretched clubs as a punk rocker - even opening for Dee Dee Ramone and Marky Ramone - formed Paul's vision of the Boogers. The Boogers is simply Punk Rock meets Children's Songs. Imagine The Ramones singing such childhood classics as: "Itsy Bitsy Spider" and Row Row Your Boat (Gently Down the Stream" and the infamous: London Bridge (Is Falling Down)" and the end project would be The Boogers! They have been around since 2008.

As Crusty Booger, he collaborates all of these experiences to make developmentally appropriate Rock and Punk Rock for Children and their families to enjoy together. As about.com kids' music expert Warren Truitt said, "the Boogers bring a breath of fresh air and originality to the Children's music scene" More information about Dr. Paul Crowe and The Boogers please click here: http://www.meet-the-boogers.com/about.html to learn more. Read more on Last.fm.

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