Funky Mama is Fun
Music for children is often much better than music for adults, consideringthe singer isn't pining for someone they can't have, and the music¹s justlighter. Krista Funky Mama Eyler takes that fun to the next level with Moo Juice. It's obvious to listeners that Eyler has a varied background with soundssuch as gospel, blues, and even samba coming through in the tracks. Eyler has earned an Emmy nomination as an on-air reporter for Kansas City,MO ABC affiliate KMBC-TV News for her coverage of events such as fires,homicides, and tornados. After five years of reporting, she left reporting to become Funky Mama. In 2007, Eyler performed at the White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington,D.C. to earn national recognition. Moo Juice is Eyler's third studio CD, and it includes 17 original songs.Her previous releases include Funky Mama Sings: Giggle Jiggle and Grandma's House and a children's book, Funky Mama's Grandma's House. I was surprised to hear such powerful and amazing vocals on a children¹s CD. Eyler has the capability to belt out a power ballad with the queens of rockand blues. Each song has its own, personal sound from 1960s beach pop (The Grandparent Name Song) to pure rock (Moo Juice). Every track is geared towardschildren of all ages and, for the older ones, is meant for them to singalong about sippy cups, grandparents, dad, and the dreaded sleep. Moo Juice is not only fun for children, but for those young at heart. The CDis perfect for long or short car trips or for just sitting around the housewith nothing to do. Moo Juice is available online at http://www.funkymamamusic.com<http://www.funkymamamusic.com> , cdbaby.com, and iTunes.