"Not only did the kids love listening to the music, they
also wanted to draw pictures of the characters and scenes in the songs.
The record really encouraged their creativity."
-Elaine Polak, elementary school teacher
"'Broom wordsmithing makes ("Who Shall I Eat Next?", about
Tyrannosaurus Rex,) memorable as he describes the hungry monster: 'What
he lacked in mental, he made up for in dental.'"
SYRACUSE POST STANDARD
"Filled with imaginative imagery, intricate word-play and
easy-going blending of the three singers' voices often sounded as sweet
and natural as the harmonizing of Paul Simon with the Roches.'"
"Musically, Broom has been compared to the likes of Paul
Simon and Bob Dylan, ... Witty, alarming, and insightful."
- Mark Bialczeck
I have received your delightful CD.....thank you SO much for sending
it on to me. I intend to put it to good use, especially with grades
learning about dinosaurs. I now have something which will tie in with
what they are studying in other classes! With much appreciation!
-Carole Rivel, elementary school teacher
SYRACUSE NEW TIMES
"Broom writes songs the way James Joyce wrote prose, with
many thoughts and ideas working their way into a creative and
"I center my language arts cirriculum around songs.
and Kurt are two of my favorite composers so I did 69 Million Years in
March. The kids love the songs and it's nice because I can sneak in
reading and vocabulary development without their even knowing! We even
made a huge mural illustrating the song."
-1st to 3rd grade teacher