Brian Vogan is a songwriter, performer and early childhood music educator in Seattle, Washington. He teaches music to infant through preschool aged children and the songs he writes are directly inspired by the interests and ideas of the children he educates.Little Songs, was hailed by critics as one of the best children's CDs of 2008 and received a best of the decade nod by Wired Magazine's blog, GeekDad. With his sophomore release, Sing a Little Song, Brian Vogan and his Good Buddies returned with their unique formula of fun, engaging, and eclectic tunes that feature lyrical themes relevant to children and musicianship that the whole family can enjoy. Sing a Little Song also featured a special guest performance by Rachel Flotard (Visqueen) on the song How to Fly. In early 2012, the Good Buddies released their third album Born to Wiggle, a lively collection of thirteen original songs.
“Brian Vogan and his Good Buddies are incredibly talented musicians, singing songs with great, amusing lyrics, and a fabulous sound as well. The songs on Born to Wiggle range from sweet to outright headbanging music. It's an album that both my kids and I are happy to listen to again and again.” -Carrie from Growing my Kids Reviews.
Vogan's band, the Good Buddies, features many notable Seattle musicians, including producer Barrett Jones (Nirvana, Foo Fighters, The Young Evils, Pearl Jam), Kory Christian, Kieran Pechter, Michael Trew, Lauren Trew, and Julie Baldridge. GB alums include Libby Molamphy, Diana Shomstein, Ben Baier, Jeremy Reinhold, Lukas Mathers, Jason Thane, Naomi Adele Smith, Kari May, Mikkel Lee-Meyers, and Shelley Casey.
Brian Vogan and his Good Buddies' live show can be described as a celebration of creativity and inclusiveness. Musically, they're influenced by sunshine pop, indie rock, doo-wop, world music, R&B, country, jazz, rock, punk rock, 80's pop, classical and just about anything else they can find to listen to. By incorporating many styles into the music, Brian Vogan and his Good Buddies achieve a musical diversity designed to reach the broadest audience possible.
Brian lives with his wife, Nikki, in Seattle, Washington. For information regarding events near you, please check here or if you would like to contact Brian Vogan for booking or additional information please feel free to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 715-1069.
"Born to Wiggle", "Sing a Little Song", and "Little Songs" are now available! Pick up your copies today!