Tot-Rockers, The Doodlebops, spread holiday cheer in December
DOODLEBOPS HOLIDAY EPISODE STARTS ROCKIN' SECOND SEASON NEW DVDs PLATINUM, CD BEST SELLER IN CANADA
Date: November 24, 2005
Toronto, Canada -- Canadian kids' TV rock band sensation The Doodlebops, starts its second season on Kids' CBC TV, Monday, December 12 with "A Happy Doodle Holiday" an inspiring episode highlighting the generosity and sharing among people of all cultures the world over at this special time of year. You can also catch "A Happy Doodle Holiday" on Kids' CBC December 23rd at 10AM and Christmas Day at 7:30AM (check local Kids' CBC listings).
From their clubhouse decorated especially for the Holidays, DeeDee, Moe and Rooney Doodle rock out to new songs and dances in their sophomore season opener that features Jazzmin, Audio Murphy and Bus Driver Bob in a non-stop celebration of fun and holiday cheer. "A Happy Doodle Holiday", features the Toronto City Mission Malvern Children's Choir, an inner-city project for kids in grades 1 - 6 who join the group in a joyful, live concert rendition of the uplifting theme song.
The Doodlebops recently attracted thousands of kids and parents to appearances at major Malls in Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg London, Toronto and Ottawa and their DVDs Music & Fun and Let's Move have quickly achieved Double Platinum sales in Canada. Their CD, Get OnThe Bus, released coincidentally with the DVDs on October 25th, is the top-selling children's album in the country. One dollar from the sale of each DVD and CD will support music education in Canada through MusiCan.
Consistently a top performing show in kids 2 - 5 in their time period on Disney Channel's Playhouse*, in the US, The Doodlebops are also one of Kids' CBC most popular programs. The talented trio is the most dynamic new children's act on the scene, using its top-rated, Toronto-produced TV show to entertain and educate the two-to-seven-year-old crowd with pop-rock music, dynamic dancing, humour and fun to convey important messages like caring and co-operation.
The Doodlebops will embark on a full-blown nationwide concert tour in the New Year.