Photo Credit: Steve Simoneau

Upcoming Events

Tue, Nov 28th 6:00pm
Musical Singalong
The Coop
610 W Morse Blvd
Winter Park, FL 32789
407-843-2667
https://asouthernaffair.com
Price: Free
Kids eat Free!
Wed, Nov 29th 6:00pm
Holiday Singalong
Soda Fountain
2525 Edgewater Dr
Orlando, FL 32804
407-540-1006
Price: Free
Yum! Come dance off the sugar rush!
Thu, Nov 30th 10:30am
Holiday Singalong
Princesses & Princes
1637 E Silver Star Rd
Ocoee, FL 34761
407-601-3566
https://princessesandprinces.com
Price: $9.99
Fri, Dec 1st 10:00am
Teatime Dance Party
Infusion Tea
1600 Edgewater Dr
Orlando, FL 32804
407-999-5255
Price: Free
Sat, Dec 2nd 10:30am
Musical Singalong
Barnes & Noble
7900 Sand Lake Rd
Orlando, FL 32819
407-345-0900
Price: Free

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Mr Richard, please call 321-332-4271 or email Mr Richard.

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Store

Merry Christmas! - $7

A mini-album of Christmas favorites like "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "Jingle Bells", along with 4 Mr Richard holiday originals. $7

Backyard Astronauts - $12

"Kids Gotta Rock!" Mr Richard (and the Pound Hound)'s long-awaited 4th album. Thumping songs about good towels, overflowing cereal bowls and a home-made rocketship, along with "Garbage Man" and "5-Second Rule". $12

Polka Dot Puzzle - $12

Firetrucks, missing front teeth, paparazzi parents, dog kisses and "Butterfly Day". "Music to our ears: Orlando's Mr Richard is steering kids' music on the high road" --Orlando Sentinel. $12

Tummy Talk - $12

Rocking songs about skunks, cry babies, things that stink, and "Bobo Baby Jay" on Richard's second album. "Mr Richard brings a bit of the juke joint to the schoolyard" --Allmusic.com. $12

Might As Well Sing - $12

Mr Richard's debut album, produced and played on by Jimbo Mathus of Squirrel Nut Zippers, includes "Underwear", "Long Island Railroad Blues" and "Airplane Jane". Picked by New York Post as one of six "Platters That Matter" in Jan 2005. $12