Flat Rock, NC singer-songwriter Tom Fisch's newest CD is perfect for the young and the young at heart. "Songs For Kids" is full of familiar traditional favorites including Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, She'll Be Comin' 'Round The Mountain. And Somewhere Over The Rainbow. Tom also includes newer classics like The Wheels On The Bus, Baby Beluga, and Going To The Zoo. Recorded simply with Tom's guitar and voice, this fun, interactive acoustic music is sure to please the kid in everyone and to be cherished for years to come. KID TESTED, PARENT APPROVED! Here's a wonderful review that was in the July issue of Western North Carolina's monthly Bold Life magazine. BOLD LIFE JULY 4, 2012 CD Review: Tom Fisch, Songs for Kids BY BRENT FLEURY Flat Rock's own Tom Fisch is back with a collection of songs aimed at the younger crowd (or those of us who just feel young). Song for Kids is just what it says. Fisch takes the straightforward, uncomplicated approach on this recording, using simply his voice (sometimes in the form of a mouth trumpet) and his acoustic guitar to relate his take on a wide variety of traditional and contemporary children's classics. What I find interesting and ironically novel about this CD is that in an era where kids music is increasingly trying to find a new way to get the positive attention of children through the use of television tie-ins or over-the-top marketing campaigns, Fisch just takes these songs (most of which a lot of us grew up with), and sings them just as any father might sing them to his child. True, Tom has a better voice than a lot of us dads, but you get the point. There are even a couple songs on this CD - 'Going to the Zoo' and 'Somewhere over the Rainbow' - which I wouldn't have thought of as kids' songs, but listening to Fisch's take on them in this context, they seem perfect for this audience. Fisch always has a warm, heartfelt way about his music, and Songs for Kids is certainly no exception.