Tim Cain has enjoyed sharing music with children for 25 years. His warm and gentle voice and outstanding musical abilities make him beloved by many. For decades, listeners have been impressed by Tim Cain's prodigious musical abilities - as a sax player, he co-founded the popular 60's rock group, 'The Sons of Champlin', which toured nationally and produced 6 albums. Later, while raising a family, he continued to perform and produce music, but of a more acoustical nature and always with attention to fine quality and with a great deal of heart. Now Tim is making major tracks with music concerts and recordings especially for children ages 3-8. In his work, Tim not only imparts his love of music, but offers himself as an example for kids. He was paralyzed from the waist down with polio at age 7 and believes children benefit from seeing him, with his handicap, as 'just a regular person whose legs don't work'. He charms his audiences with the same indomitable spirit that helped him overcome adversity, and his happy-to-be-alive attitude is infectious and inspiring. Sing-along concerts for kids Guitar in hand, Tim Cain at his sing-along concerts provides an oppurtunity for children, as well as parents, to participate in a positive group experience with singing and movement. His warmth, good humor, and spontaneity make his shows engaging and accessible to all. Lots of laughter accompanies a rollicking good time. Tim knows that happy childhoods last a lifetime, and his efforts contribute to that goal by giving young audiences a dose of joy that they'll cherish and remember.