Silly Bus thanks our fans for helping raise money for Project Peanut Butter. We appreciate the partnership with Happy Family and were so excited to be a part of this effort around the holidays.
Silly Bus is so excited to be a part of Lights Up! at Richmond CenterStage. Join us on 3/3 at 1:30pm and 3:30pm to kickoff Virginia statewide "Minds Wide Open" to celebrate children and the arts. Learn more about Minds Wide Open here.
Silly Bus is excited to play at CenterStage in Richmond, VA. Together, CenterStage and Silly Bus will host several local schools for daytime performances. Silly Bus is thrilled to rock along with our local fans and bring in the holidays with fun and entertaining music! See you there.
Silly Bus is excited to share the great news. The Autism Grant awarded a two year old boy with Autism a tuition scholarship to attend the Dominion School for Autism. Click here to read more!
Richmond, VA - Silly Bus is thrilled to support The Autism Grant and Autism Speaks at the Diamond on July 22nd at the Flying Squirrels game. Silly Bus gets to help raise awareness for these great organizations and lead fans in the 7th Inning Stretch! All proceeds from the game that night go to the Autism Grant and also Autism Speaks.
Richmond, VA - Chick-fil-A Parham Road hosts fundraiser to benefit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals in partnership with Miss America for Kids. Join us on Monday, March 21, 2011 from 5-9 pm for dinner, music and fun. Silly Bus performs from 5:30-7:30 pm and Miss Hanover will be there to take pictures and sign autographs. Chick-fil-A Parham Road will donate 10% of sales from 5-9 pm to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals which will help benefit our local hospital, The Children's Hospital of Richmond.
Vienna, Virginia, Fall 2010 - Silly Bus is thrilled to announce its upcoming Jammin' Java show. Known for its super-popular Tot Rock children's music concert series, Jammin' Java delivers wholesome family fun to the DC Metro area. Performing December 11, 2010 at 10:30AM, Silly Bus welcomes all of their Maryland, Northern Virginia and DC area fans.
Silly Bus promises to play its fall and winter favorites in addition to selections from its upcoming children's classics album. Better yet, Silly Bus will donate a portion of concert proceeds to the Edlin School. Tickets are $8.00 and are available at http://jamminjava.com/home/kids-events/silly-bus. The first ten children to visit our merchandise table and turn in a colored Silly Bus coloring page (available at http://www.sillybus.net/activities/lets_all_ride1.pdf) will receive a free Silly Bus song sampler.
Jammin' Java is located at 227 Maple Avenue East, Vienna VA 22180.
Get kids back in to math with "It's All Just Numbers" and learn about science with one of our fan favorites, "Icky, Icky Insects". Shop with coupon code: school at check out! The sale runs the entire month of August on the full digital downloads of our albums: Silly Bus, Alphabet Volumes 1 and 2. Learn and have fun with our music any time, any where! Songs like "History Hip Hop" and the "Alphabet Eyes" are great to help kids learn and have fun at the same time. Silly Bus develops music with the input of educators, kids and customers - to bring to life music that you can listen to anytime and get your kids ready to get back to school too
Silly Bus raises funds for Connor's Heroes and curing childhood cancer this July through donations through downloads. Silly Bus will donate 50% of all profits from the online downloads of our song "Heroes and Angels" to Connor's Heroes. The song is used in the PSA (public service announcement) for Connor's Heroes, and includes Tommy Hilfiger, Connor and Alex Garfield. Check out the video here. Connor's Heroes provides assistance to children and their families who are being treated for cancer in Richmond, Virginia at the Children's Medical Center of VCU Health System, including the ASK Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic and the VCU Massey Cancer Center Bone Marrow Transplant Unit.
Silly Bus Raises Funds for Autism During the month of April Silly Bus will donate 50% of all profits from the online downloads and online CD sales of our popular Alphabet Volume 1 (ages 2 to 6) and our self-titled CD Silly Bus (ages 6 to 10) to The Autism Grant. The Autism Grant provides tuition scholarships to families in need that may not otherwise be able to receive the specialized assistance needed for children with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. Scholarships are provided for students to attend the Dominion School for Autism.
Popular kid's music group to perform at Hanover County Airport charity event 02.26.2010 - Richmond, Virginia - Silly Bus is supporting local charities again! This time, the educational media group is teaming up with Chick-fil-A for their third annual "Operation Cow Drop" at Hanover County Airport on May 8, 2010.
Started by Chick-fil-A's Virginia Center Commons and Virginia Center Marketplace locations, Operation Cow Drop is a day of family fun filled with children's activities, entertainment, booths, exhibits and food from Chick-fil-A. This year's event will also feature a musical performance by Silly Bus.
"Silly Bus loves Chick-fil-A, and we're thrilled to support Operation Cow Drop and local charities," says Silly Bus co-founder John Henneberger. "We can't wait to take the stage and hope Richmond families will come out and join us."
Operation Cow Drop supports dozens of charities in the Greater Richmond area through the sale of tickets that represent mini plush cows. The actual cow drop takes place during the event. Stuffed-animal cows are dropped from the sky, and those landing closest to the 'cows eye' win prizes for their owners.
Adds Henneberger, "The cows drop from a real plane with real parachutes. It's a fantastic sight the kids will love."
Proceeds from mini plush cow sales benefit more than 50 non-profits in the Richmond area. Event entry is free.
For a complete list of non-profit organizations selling tickets, go to www.chick-fil-a.com/virginiacentercommons. For more information, or for non-profits interested in raising funds through the sale of Operation Cow Drop tickets, contact Pam Myers, Chick-fil-A Marketing Director, at 804-928-8848 or email@example.com.
Kids music group to perform at Ukrop's Monument Ave 10k
Richmond, Virginia - Silly Bus, a Richmond-based children's musical group, will provide pre-race entertainment at the First Market Mile Kids Run on Saturday, March 27, 2010. This is the third year in the row the group will take part in the annual Ukrop's Monument Avenue 10k, named one of the nation's best running races by USA Today.
"We're thrilled Sports Backers invited us back to the First Market Mile Kids Run to entertain and help share the message of fun and fitness," says Silly Bus co-founder John Henneberger. "It's a privilege to be on the start line and get to laugh, dance and play with the runners and their families. Silly Bus is all about happy, healthy kids, and we absolutely love being part of this event."
Silly Bus' performance will include the famous Silly Bus Hokey Pokey Dance Off and fan favorite songs like "Watch Me, I Can Do This!," "Fun on the Farm," and "Teddy Bear Boogie."
Pre-race festivities start at 7:15 a.m. on the Kids Run stage in front of the Shafer Court Dining Hall and are free for all runners, families and fans.
Richmond, Virginia, Winter, 2010 - Silly Bus is pleased to announce its participation in this year's First Market Mile Kids Run. On March 27, 2010, Silly Bus will take the Kids Run stage as part of the Ukrop's Monument Avenue 10k, named one of the best running races in the country by USA Today. Silly Bus will perform in front of Shaffer Court Dining Hall near the Kids Run start-finish line starting at 7:15AM.
"We are excited to continue our work with Sports Backers to promote healthy, happy lives. Childhood fitness and health is a core Silly Bus message, and we are thrilled to once again share this with over 2,000 of our young fans," said John Henneberger, Silly Bus President. To energize the race participants, Silly Bus will perform fan favorites, including "Watch Me, I Can Do This!," "Fun on the Farm," and the "Teddy Bear Boogie." Coach Billy and the entire Silly Bus crew will sing, play and laugh in celebration of what is sure to be the best Kids Run to date. Don't be late or you might miss Silly Bus' famous hokey pokey dance off!
For the second year in a row, the Silly Bus song Turkey Time was featured on NBC's Today Show. Today used the song during its pre-Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade broadcast to introduce the "Holiday Kitchen" segment with Food Network chef Tyler Florence. One day later, Today featured Turkey Time again, leading into the "Hot Chef" segment.
"We're thrilled the song has such high-profile fans," says Silly Bus co-founder John Henneberger, speaking of the team at NBC. "The exposure is great for Silly Bus, and the fact that it came on days with tremendous family viewership is even better."
Popular kid’s music group to perform free for charity in 2010. Non-profits and charities, listen up! Silly Bus, an educational media group that creates radio-friendly music for kids, wants to perform free for you in 2010. Read more at http://www.1888pressrelease.com/silly-bus-trades-free-shows-for-facebook-fans-pr-162094.html
The Mom's Choice Award honors excellence in family-friendly media, products, and services. Silly Bus was recognized for their debut Silly Bus CD as well as their "Alphabet - Volume 2" CD. The judges for the award include notable figures such as the Baby Einstein creator Julie Aigner-Clark. Click the following link for more information about the Mom's Choice Awards: http://www.momschoiceawards.com/
The Richmond Times Dispatch hosts a website for kids called Kids Extra. Silly Bus recently wrote a song that will be the site's theme song and will be uploaded to the site in the near future. Check out their website at www.myinrich.com/index.php/kidsextra/
What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than playing Silly Bus' song "Turkey Time"! Well, that is exactly what The Today Show thought too! On Thanksgiving Day, The Today Show played "Turkey Time" twice during parts of their TV segment.
We gave back to the community by entertaining less fortunate children during a holiday dinner sponsored by Hirschler Fleischer at the Boys and Girls Club.
The Girl Scouts recently celebrated their 95th anniversary at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. Silly Bus participated in the event and had a wonderful time meeting over 1000 kids and troop leaders involved in the program.
If you are wondering what the Top 40 Under 40 is, it refers to young leaders under the age of 40 who are successful, talented, and giving back to the community.