Ants on a Log at Parkway Central Library on June 12th
June 12, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Philly’s favorite folksy duo, Ants on a Log, performs music for children and other childlike people, songfully advocating for positivity, social justice, and silliness. At this interactive show, audiences of all ages will enjoy singing along, and joining in rhythms and rhymes with the Ants.
The Ants have been featured on WXPN’s Kids Corner, at the Philadelphia Folk Fest, and on radio stations and blogs around the globe. This year the Ants released their second album, which is the soundtrack to their original musical and album, Curious: Think Outside the Pipeline! The duo will also perform songs from their 2016 album, You Could Draw the Album Art!, as well as new music and shenanigans, with props ranging from spoon-and-jar-percussion to jump ropes and drums.
In their off-stage lives, Julie Beth is a music therapist and Anya Rose is an elementary science teacher. Their powers combined make for smart and socially conscious folk, mostly originals with some must-know classics. Their harmonies and rhythmic play are a delight for children (and grown children!) of all ages.
Check out Ants on a Log music and videos at www.AntsonaLogMusic.com or their YouTube channel.