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Share a Story - Change the World

Author & Award-Winning Storyteller builds a "gourmet" PB&J with her audience in this fun, interactive song featuring her six year old daugher, Eliana.

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Comment by Don 'Buck P' Creacy on February 12, 2008 at 9:15pm
I have the same mic and I use a portable Peavey Escort about $600. The key point is to be able to set up in 15 minutes and tear down, pack up and be gone in less than 20 minutes. I like the idea of the interchangable back drop. Might have to think about that.
Comment by Dianne de Las Casas, Founder on February 8, 2008 at 10:14pm
Dear Carolyn:

I am using a Shure Wireless Headset (about $400) and my sound system is a Fender Passport 250 (about $800). I made my backdrop myself. I have different backdrops for different shows. The backdrop is on PVC pipes. It measures 7 feet tall by 8 feet wide. It breaks down into a 4 foot long canvas Army duffle bag. When I drive, I carry all of this with me (in addition to my CDs and books!). But it's worth it. The backdrop adds such ambience. My clients and my audience know they are getting a special show when they see the elaborate set-up. BTW, I have lost 60 lbs. since that video was taken a year ago! I am going to have to get a new video made! LOL Happy Tales to You!

Warmly, Dianne
Comment by Carolyn Stearns on February 8, 2008 at 9:58pm
Question; what kind of mike are you using and is that a back drop you provide or did the school. I have been thinking about both items this week. I like a lot of thought before I invest in these types of things. Feedback on how they work for you would be helpful. I really enjoyed your PBJ sandwich and yes I would offer it to my brother even today. We still enjoy ribbing each other and poking fun 50 years into the battle. I have the upper hand for now ( his daughters pony is at my farm... she's on my side... and he knows it! how Fun! Happy Storytelling
Comment by Patricia Kjolhede on February 8, 2008 at 5:52pm
Great energy! I love how the kids are actively involved in this totally original adaptation of "Peanut butter and jelly" traditional chant. Excellent fun!!

Tricia, tunes and tales

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