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HMMM
  • Artist: Eddie Coker
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 676953731522
  • Item #: BKP373152
  • Genre: Children's
  • Release Date: 1/3/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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HMMM on CD

Eddie Coker was born in Texas and raised on football, chicken-fried steak and opera. Opera? Yes, opera! He cut his operatic teeth in college, and toured extensively for twelve years throughout the country as a professional opera singer; on a whim, he filled in for a colleague in Dallas who was performing opera for children. The kids loved him and Eddie loved them. Matter-of-fact, he loved them so much he said goodbye to the spear and horns and said hello to the world of entertaining and educating children. Since 1993, this award-winning singer/songwriter has averaged hundreds of concerts per year nationwide for kids and their families, created his own radio show for Disney, recorded lots of songs, married a ballerina, and is the unbelievably proud father of two beautiful, awesome children. We thought the best sentence in the world to sum up Eddie Coker was written by a MOM. Yeah Moms! Here goes: 'Finding common ground for a 5-year-old, a 2-year-old, and a 33-year-old mother can be difficult. I'm not crazy about McDonalds, I can't immerse myself in the Power Rangers, and I can watch the Lion King so many times. But I can always listen to Eddie Coker.'