Thursday, November 16, 2017

Giving Parents Their Sanity Back With Rock N Stroller

Having 5 children and being a work at home Mom, you can imagine how much time I spend in my mini van with children. I might as well stick a Taxi sign on the top and make a little extra money on the side. One of the things I miss most is jamming out to my own music while on the road. With children ranging in age from 2 to 15, on any given day I might listen to the same Paw Patrol DVD on repeat for hours, a football game courtesy of my teenage son or various radio stations that make my ears bleed thanks to my 14 year old daughter. The struggle is REAL especially because my 2 year old who pretty much runs the house usually wins when it comes to what we will be listening to or watching. Music has always been a huge part of my life and while I'm glad my kids all have that same love of music, there has to be some compromise somewhere, right? Well NOW there is. Allow me to introduce you to Rock-n-Stroller.

Rock-n-Stroller is a multi-volume CD collection produced by Andy Zulla and Matt Zarley and includes classic songs from the 70's and 80's in a kid-friendly style that everyone in the car can enjoy. Volume 1 is currently available on Amazon and iTunes and features some of the greatest hits of all time like Sweet Dreams (The Eurythmics), I Love Rock and Roll (Joan Jett and the Blackhearts) and Sweet Child O' Mine. (Guns n' Roses)

For me, this has been a fun way to introduce my own kids to some of my favorite classic rocks songs and it has been so fun watching them sing along. The Rock-n-Stroller Volume 1 CD is available for download on iTunes and on Amazon for just $9.99 or $8.99 as a downloadable MP3.

About Rock-n-Stroller

Rock-n-Stroller was created by Matt Zarley and Andy Zulla after enduring countless hours of listening to their kids sing the latest top 40 tunes on the popular kids cover song CD's.  Andy said he and Matt had the idea to create a product that will allow their kids to sing the songs that they actually wanted to hear. And with that, Rock-n-Stroller was born.

Watch the trailer below and see if you can relate! 

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