Spare The Rock Records Presents Let All The Children Boogie: A Tribute To David Bowie

 An All-Ages Album Dedicated To The Music And Artistry Of David Bowie Benefiting The It Gets Better Project

New Album Featuring 20 Exclusive Tracks From Rhett MillerAntibalas,Ted LeoWalter MartinElizabeth Mitchell And More
On November 18, Spare The Rock Records will release Let All The Children Boogie: A Tribute To David Bowie, an all-ages album dedicated to the music and artistry of David Bowie. The album will feature new interpretations of his work from a diverse group of artists with the mission of sharing his legacy and messages with a new generation.
Proceeds from the record will benefit the It Gets Better Project and its mission to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the world that it gets better, and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them.  In short, It Gets Better works towards a world where all the children can boogie freely.
Talent on the project includes Ted LeoSally Timms and Jon Langford (The Mekons) The Honeydogs and Chastity Brown, Rhett Miller (Old 97’s), AntibalasGina Chavez, Walter Martin (The Walkmen), Uncle Rock and Tracy BonhamWunmiElizabeth Mitchell and You Are My Flower featuring Simi StoneStorey Littleton with Marco BeneventoJustin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime PlayersGustafer Yellowgold and the Pop UpsRachel Loshak with The New StandardsRed YarnColin Brooks (Dan Zanes and Friends), Nakia with the Barton Hills ChoirMolly LedfordSonia De Los Santos and Elena Moon Park (Dan Zanes and Friends) and Lloyd Miller and Dean Jones.
David Bowie proved that there are no rules about who you should or could be in this world. His musical and artistic approach defined creative freedom. He lived a glowing life on his own terms, a shining example of the infinite possibilities out there. In addition to celebrating Bowie’s catalog and life’s work, the project introduces him to today’s kids. From “Kooks”, to his narration of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf to his part in Labyrinth and his own role as a father, it seemed Bowie always knew that children were a different species and he welcomed them into his world.
Producers on the album include multi-Grammy nominee and winner Dean Jones, author and musician “Uncle Rock” Robert Burke Warren, Stephanie Mayers, manager and publicist of Mayers Consulting, and Bill Childs, owner of Spare The Rock Records and producer of nationally syndicated radio show Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child. Cover art was created by popular children’s book illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka (Lunch Lady, Punk Farm, Star Wars: Jedi Academy).
Spare The Rock Records has released three records so far that have raised over $115,000 total for non-profits, including the Haitian People’s Support Project and Girls Inc. Read more information about those releases at
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1 The Honeydogs and Chastity Brown – Oh! You Pretty Things
2 Walter Martin – Breaking Glass
3 Sonia de los Santos and Elena Moon Park – The Man Who Sold the World
4 Rachel Loshak with the New Standards – Starman
5 Lloyd Miller and Dean Jones – V-2 Schneider 
6 Sally Timms and Jon Langford – The Prettiest Star
7 Molly Ledford – Sound and Vision
8 Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players – Kooks
9 Antibalas – Let’s Dance
10 Gustafer Yellowgold and the Pop Ups – Space Oddity
11 Ted Leo – Heroes
12 Wunmi – Fashion
13 Storey Littleton with Marco Benevento – Life on Mars?
14 Gina Chavez – Modern Love
15 Red Yarn – Magic Dance 
16 Nakia and the Barton Hills Choir – Golden Years
17 Elizabeth Mitchell and You Are My Flower featuring Simi Stone – Changes
18 Uncle Rock and Tracy Bonham – Lady Stardust
19 Colin Brooks – I’ll Follow You
20 Rhett Miller – Ziggy Stardust
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