"One night on a mountain top in the Swiss Alps we were talking about how beautiful the world is - the sky, the trees, the birds, the animals - and we realized we could write love songs about other topics besides our selves." Annie and Safari Bob Grilli started the Natural Wonder Band 25 years ago to entertain and educate young families about the environment - the wonders of Nature. Since that time they have appeared on stages all over their beloved planet in Europe, Scandinavia, the Caribbean and Brooklyn to mention a few. Over ¾ of a million people have gone on a musical safari with the Natural Wonder Band. Annie has sung the National Anthem at Shea Stadium 3 times and her preschool music program is used by many schools and organizations in the United States. Some of the places Annie and the Natural Wonder Band have been happy to perform at are: the United Nations, Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, the Central Park Zoo, the Bronx Zoo, the New York Aquarium, Prospect Park Zoo, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, the Beardsley Zoo, the Mystic Marinelife Aquarium, the Maritime Aquarium, as well as schools, towns, and libraries across the United States. Their music is used by universities and organizations such as: United Nations Environmental Programme, 4 H, Nature Conservancy, Audubon Society, American Red Cross, American Heart Association, Beneath the Seas, Environmental Protection Agency, University of Kansas, and Princeton University. When they were very young, Annie appeared on the television show "Hee Haw" and Safari Bob worked with such historic groups as: Dion and the Belmonts, the Drifters, the Shirelles, the Coasters, and Fat and Skinny and the Pillow Case Review. "Happy Earth Day to You" was originally recorded in 1992. . Of their 9 albums, Annie and Safari Bob think this is the most important one because of it's continuing timeliness. The issues facing our planet and it's earthlings still need to be addressed. We hope you enjoy your "ride" with us and we wish you a Happy Earth Day, every day.