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Sharon, Lois & Bram Announce New Album 'A Little Bit Country'

The project will include both classics and unreleased music

Published Mar 03, 2023

Sharon, Lois & Bram have a new album on the way. The Toronto-based children's entertainers will share A Little Bit Country on June 9 via Red Brick Songs.

The 26-track compilation will feature the group's classics like "Skinnamarink" (if Tiffany Haddish can listen to it for the rest of her life, so can we) and "Grandpa's Farm" as well as a slew of never-before-heard songs.

After entertaining the masses for several decades through picture books, long-running series The Elephant Show and Skinnamarink TV, as well as their live concerts, Sharon, Lois & Bram are still putting smiles on children's faces — though a little differently than they used to.

After Lois Lillenstein passed away in 2015 and Bram Morrison retired from performing live, Sharon Hampson and her daughter Randi have carried the torch, playing shows as Sharon, Lois & Bram Singalong with Sharon & Randi.

If you're craving Sharon, Lois & Bram before the album's release, fear not — their TikTok has enough wholesome content from Sharon and Bram to last you months.

A Little Bit Country follows the group's 2021 release of their live compilation Best of the Best Live.

Find the upcoming album's full tracklist below.

A Little Bit Country:

1. Riding in the Buggy/Tideo

2. She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain

3. Mrs. Murphy's Chowder

4. Headin' on Down to the Barn

5. Give Me the Simple Life

6. Grandpa's Farm

7. Tennessee Wig Walk

8. Birthday Hallelujah

9. Mairzy Doats

10. Legendary Chicken Fairy

11. I Had an Old Coat

12. Riding Along (Singing A Cowboy Song)

13. Little Liza Jane

14. Grandma's Feather Bed

15. Get the Rhythm

16. I Don't Want to Live on the Moon

17. Old Texas (Live)

18. Such a Gettin' Upstairs/Old John Rabbit

19. Home on the Range

20. Hippity Hop

21. Rattlin' Bog

22. Apple Picker's Reel (Live)

23. You Can't Make a Turtle Come Out

24. You Made Me a Pallet on the Floor

25. Hey Dum Diddeley Dum

26. Skinnamarink


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