We’re thrilled to launch Loog Fest today, the first (we think!) online festival for kids and families, broadcast live from Loog Guitars’ instagram account. Ready for a new reason to love weekends? We wanted to do something. We wanted to bring you something. We wanted to offer a platform for artists to work these days. And we wanted to create something that families can enjoy at home, together, for free.
We’ve covered how music affects your kids’ brains before, but when you get a Loog it’s certain that you, the adult, will also be subjeted to music for a greater portion of the day. Worse things can happen – and we’re here to show you. Welcome to the sweet world of the effects of music on your brain!
One of our greatest guilty pleasures is surfing around looking for awesome quotes by musicians. Yes, we know: most quote-sharers tend to be cheesy and annoying BUT the truth is there is nothing as inspiring as the right words at the right time. Plus, it’s okay to be cheesy and kind of annoying from time […] -- Find out more at http://blog.loogguitars.com
One of the things we love about the Loog is that parent and kid need to work together and build it before playing any kind of music. It creates a relationship with the instrument and helps kids understand how the different parts come together to create the sounds he or she will later make to create music.
We’ve already seen the awesome effects music has on kids’ brains, but you know what else is great for kids? Reading. Today would’ve been Roald Dahl’s 97th birthday if he hadn’t passed away in 1990. And, truth be told, his books were probably the Harry Potters of our generation. Way back when books only competed […] -- Find out more at https://blog.loogguitars.com