Friday, December 14, 2007

"Feel Good Stew" - On the Radio!!

91.5 FM
Below is the partial playlist for The Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl (radio show for kids) -
December 15, 2007:

Trout Fishing in America – "Santa Brought Me Clothes For Christmas" [Merry Fishes to All] Medeski, Martin and Wood – "Pirates Don’t Take Baths" [Let’s Go Everywhere] Zev Haber – "What Are You Gonna Do?" [This Dog is Bananas] Ellis Paul – "Road Trip" [The Dragonfly Races] Tory Christensen – "Feel Good Stew" [Wiggle Like a Fish] Sufjan Stevens – "Come On! Let’s Boogie to the Elf Dance!"

You can hear it on: 91.5 FM WAWL in Chattanooga, TN
Feel free to visit the SMCB blog site:
Special thanks to Dave Loftin (the show host) ...!!

Endorsement from Lori Selby, PhD

“Tory Christensen has the amazing ability to build immediate rapport with children and capture their undivided attention through music that is fun and educational. His performances are highly interactive. The audience is involved from the very beginning.”
- Lori Selby, PhD
Interim Director of Education
WSU Tri-Cities

Holiday Stories and music at WSU

Wiggle Report:
WSU event on December 4th -

This was a very fun night full of music, stories and laughter! Tory sang a few hits from the "Wiggle Like a Fish" CD and a few holiday classics. Special thanks to all the kids and families who joined us at WSU for this night of holiday cheer! :)

Can you still hear hear the bells? We can!

Monday, December 3, 2007

Wiggle Like a Fish at WSU ...

Come join us for an hour long event of Holiday stories
and kid-friendly music!
December 4, 2007
WSU (Tri-Cities Campus)
Richland, WA
7-8 pm
Official Press Release from WSU:
Holiday Children’s Stories, Fun Music Dec. 4 at WSU Tri-Cities

RICHLAND, Wash. — Holiday children’s stories, plus music by Wiggle Like A Fish, will be shared at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, at Washington State University Tri-Cities. Retired educator Hank Sauer of Kennewick will read "The Polar Express." WSU Tri-Cities education professors Terry Young and Barbara Ward will read other holiday stories. Between stories, children can get up and dance to special kid-friendly music performed by WSU alumnus Tory Christensen and his Wiggle Like A Fish Group ( Christensen is accompanied by a 6-foot-tall fish. The hour-long story time is sponsored by the WSU Tri-Cities College of Education. Admission is free and open to the public. The Dec. 4 event will be at WSU Tri-Cities in the Consolidated Information Center, 2770 University Drive, Richland. For driving directions, go to and click on “visit.”

Note to Editors: Poster is available upon request.

Do you see what I see??!

Wiggles the Fish takes a swim in Seattle ...
While we were in Seattle, we took the Wiggle Crew out on the Pier and to our suprise,
we saw Wiggles the Fish swimming in the sea ... :)!!
Luckily he came back to do the show with us at the Seattle Center.