For thirty years, Gary Rosen, formerly of Rosenshontz fame and a children’s music pioneer, has entertained millions of children and parents throughout the United States with his imaginative and witty style of music and humor.
With Rosenshontz, Gary has seven award winning albums (Parents Choice Gold Award, ALA Notable Recording) and three videos (L.A. Parent’s Video Award).
Gary is a recipient of numerous Special Awards from ASCAP and is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. He has a catalog of more than one hundred recorded songs.
His performance credits include:
- The White House
- Boston’s Colonial Theater
- New York’s Town Hall
- The Smithsonian in Washington
- Chicago’s Poplar Creek
- Pittsburgh’s Heinz Hall
- Philadelphia’s Annenberg Center
Gary has appeared on The Disney Channel, Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, NBC’s Today Show and CNN’s Showbiz. In addition, he has sung the National Anthem at Fenway Park and composed songs for Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. Gary’s performances are endorsed by the Vermont Arts Council and Meet The Composer.