With toe tapping, rhythm and rhyme, Alison Marae’s songs come to life, telling stories inspired by nature, make believe and far away lands. She creates fun, interactive music shows designed to delight, entertain and engage young audiences and the young at heart.
She has co-written two original, multi-disciplined musicals for families: The Fairy and the Dragon and Rhythm Red Riding Hood. Both co-written and performed with her partner in crime, Wil Forbis.
Alison is approved to perform in libraries with the City of San Diego and the County of San Diego. Program approved for Multnomah County in Portland OR, Summer 2017. Fully Insured, background checked.
Original Children’s Songs (BMI)
- Big Bad Wolf
- Busy Beezy Buzzin’ (from The Fairy and the Dragon)
- Cici the Sea Turtle and Wanda the Whale
- Clap Along Song
- Flutterby Butterfly (from The Fairy and the Dragon)
- Gotta Dance! (from Rhythm Red Riding Hood)
- Hey Hey Ukulele
- In My Pocket of the Woods (from Rhythm Red Riding Hood)
- Making a Rainbow
- Octavious the Octopus
- Shine Shine Shine (from Rhythm Red Riding Hood)
- Silly Swan
- Songbird (from The Fairy and the Dragon)
- Super Hero
- There’s No Me, Without You (from Rhythm Red Riding Hood)
- We’ve Switched, We’re Opposites (from The Fairy and the Dragon)
- Willie the Pirate
- You Look Different (from Rhythm Red Riding Hood)
- You’re My Sweet Potato
“Kids who visit us at the Garden just LOVE Alison! Her interactive performances…are both entertaining and educational, not just for children, but the entire family. Alison is professional, easy to work with, and a joy to have here at the Garden. We always look forward to having her and her friends here with us!”
Lisa Reynolds, San Diego Botanic Garden
“…bright, cheery fun tunes that were a hit with kids and adults alike!” Bill S. Branch Manager San Diego Public Library
“…offered a unique, and engaging performance mixing live music, acting and puppetry! Fun for the whole family!” Sara C., Youth Services Librarian, San Diego County Library
“…a fantastic music show that is fun for toddlers, preschoolers, and their caregivers. Their upbeat energy and sense of fun means everyone in the audience has a great time. You can’t help singing along and moving to the music.” Angie S., Youth Services Librarian, San Diego Public Library.