Message from our Founder
There was a time when all three of our children were between
the ages of 6 and 11. After they outgrew toddler tunes, my
wife and I endured the CDs with kids singing remakes of
popular hits, until, thankfully, our children quickly grew
bored with that kind of music.
When the kids first learned to use the radio, they contentedly
listened to the children’s station that we set. Before too
long, however, our children were changing the dial to other
stations. Many of the songs on the Top 40 stations dealt with
topics that were not appropriate for kids, in our opinion. We
had to switch the dial or turn off the radio.
I searched for music that had clean lyrics and suitable themes
and burned CDs for my family. I chose songs that I thought the
kids would like—original songs from the Top 100—well written,
well composed, and well played. My children enjoyed listening
to our homemade CDs. An unexpected bonus: The songs gave me
lots of topics to talk about with my children. They liked
talking about the music, and conversations flowed easily. This
experience inspired the MusicTALKING concept of using songs to
communicate family values and standards.
When a neighbor complained about the music his kids listened
to, I gave him a copy of a CD we had made. He took it to a
family reunion. The kids loved the music. The adults loved it
too—not only the kids’ parents but also their grandparents.
Our music mix appealed to three generations.
We brought MusicTALKING to the marketplace to fill the vacuum
for families with preteens—and provide a fun way to strengthen
family bonds. MusicTALKING offers a distinct alternative for
parents who are dissatisfied with the choices on the airwaves
and in the music store.
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Enjoy the music!
Founder and CEO