Fan Buzz

Here’s what real people from all walks of life are saying about Doctor Noize.

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  • Wow, like Schoolhouse Rock when I was a kid! This was great!

    Lisa Coppola Recording Artist
  • Wish you could have seen the smile on Ethan's face when I surprised him with the Phineas book tonight. It was like Bono walked in the room or something. We read it before bed and he was in a trance. Congrats on such a great book - mad props to both you and Christian. I wanted to say that now before I feel differently after the 199th reading.

    Cory Fossum May 2008 Co-Noizemaker Of The Month
  • Thank you so much for the book and cd for Jack. He LOVES them both!!

    Emily Eikelberner CO Noizemaker
  • I enjoyed the show soooo much. I loved the Dr. Noize character. He reminded me of you!  Hmmmm.

    Kathy Bryant CA Noizemaker
  • The symphony with Dr. Noize was AWESOME! I do hope you bring him back.The kids had the best time, were very engaged, and all wanted to go to the evening concert.I do hope this wonderful musician can return to Juneau!

    JoAnn Jones 4th & 5th Grade Teacher, Auke Bay Elementary School Auke Bay, AK
  • Every night (my son) listens not to lullabies or classical music before he goes to bed....but Phineas Mcboof every night!!!! You are very popular at our house.

    Shelby Sheehan NV Noizemaker & KRNV NBC News 4 Anchor
  • Hi! Thank you! Thank you for making a song for us. You are relly Cool. Bye!

    Madelyn Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • A big thank you to Dr. Noize... He gave a wonderful book reading and music performance for the kids. We had lots of fun dancing and laughing.

    Stephanie Leeper Teacher, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • An amazing project - I remember Cory Cullinan well from back when he was a high school student here in the SF Bay Area, one of those kids you loved to hate because he got an unfair huge slice of the talent pie, but you couldn't hate him because he's such a great guy.  I knew he'd do amazing things when I first met him as a kid, but this... wow.  If you haven't checked it out yet, please do so!

    Bill Hare Grammy-winning record producer
  • Thank you so much for everything! You made the event super spectacular! Your energy rocked and I would love to see you back at the Museum!

    Zoe Poltawec Manager of Marketing & Communications, Children's Museum of Denver
  • So fun!  Can't wait!

    Marieke Gaboury Director of Theatre Operations, Palo Alto Children's Theatre
  • Yay! When are you coming to Cincinnati? My niece will be thrilled. Don’t tell her, but she’s getting your CD for her birthday...

    Alex Sale OH Noizemaker
  • Doctor Noize i love your music it’s awsome you are really creative and i love how you take the music genre of the details

    Post From A Super Kid... ...who loves to learn about music.
  • Musicians go green... When Weekly photographer Danielle Vernon and I saw this low-hanging branch on a tree behind the Bus Barn Theatre in Los Altos, we knew it would be a perfect place to photograph our interview subjects, kids' musicians Doctor Noize and Andy Z. The guys were all for it, and even gave us an impromptu concert. Is it Arbor Day already?

    Rebecca Wallace Arts & Entertainment Editor, Palo Alto Weekly
  • You are the greatest kids performer who turns kids on to music and fun. Thanks for sharing your great talent with children, parents (and grandparents) and teachers. You are the best!! Wonderful performance at the Tech Museum -- wonderful to see both shows. Perfect for kids of all ages and big kids too. Keep up the great work. So glad we came over.

    Dr. Toy PhD & Acclaimed Expert on Educational, Toy & Children's Products
  • Four stars. Fun! Playing this game may wear out my screen!

    Robotman2006 Bananas iTunes review
  • I love the CD!! Now that I have kids, I definitely spend a lot more time listening to children's music, so I'm naturally VERY happy when I find a recording that I can enjoy as well as the little monsters in the back seat. (: I think a lot of people assume that music for children is simplistic and easy to perform/create, but you certainly turned that assumption on its head. I was so impressed with the whole CD... When is the next one coming out, by the way? I want to know more about Placido Flamingo...

    Amy Hunn Northern CA Noizemaker & Choral Conductor
  • Interesting, fun, engaging and participatory for all ages. The kids were so into it.

    Lani Bautista Museum Facilitator Lead The New Children's Museum
  • Time to put some new life into your kids music library.  Phineas McBoof Crashes the Symphony is a full-length, two-act musical about the symphony, friendship, and purpose, for adventurers of all ages.

    Jennifer Swing Whistle Zing:  Finding Kids Music for Everyone
  • Watched your performance vid on your site - you're terrific, pal! Keep up the fantastic work.

    Mr. Ray Award-Winning Family Musician

Musical Recordings

  • I enjoyed checking out your Doctor Noize site and songs. That's a very cool job and I can't think of someone more appropriate to do it than you!

    Gary Scavone Asst. Professor of Music Technology McGill University
  • Outrageously high quality production and vision. Bless you for creating this labor of love.

    Lori Henriques Grammy-nominated children's recording artist
  • I love the funky frog song.

    Peter Apel Award-Winning Children's Recording Artist
  • That was sweet! I think it was in the top ten this week on SiriusXM Kids radio, too.

    Frankie07 Online Noizemaker (He's right, it was...)
  • Cory Cullinan, the man behind Doctor Noize (and he’s Phineas McBoof too), doesn’t lack ambition. This CD is a double disc that tells the elaborate tales of Phineas’ latest misadventures. It is full of colorful characters, humorous storytelling and a wide range of musical styles (including opera singers and a philharmonic orchestra). It can entertain the kids for an entire week of drives to school.

    NAPPA Award (National Parents Product Award)
  • Learning grammar has never been so much fun! And because poor grammar makes the Mayor cry, Doctor Noize (Cory Cullinan) and the Mayor (Coert Voorhees) have put together these songs to teach students the finer points of grammar usage. Each part of speech has its own introduction. Mr. Mayor and Dr. Noize have a lively debate about slang, followed by the song, "Let's Get Groovy, Baby."

    Beverly Wrigglesworth School Library Journal (read the full review)
  • In a just world, talent and its exercise should be duly rewarded, though Phineas professes to pursue the aims of art (the perfect song) over fame and fortune. Even the most cursory of listenings to this CD reveals how rich the author's invention is, and one could be forgiven for jumping to the conclusion that the monkey is Cullinan's alter ego. One hopes that the dumbo ears of Disney have not grown dumb to a genius of this caliber. Will the free market reward Cullinan for raising us up rather than dumbing things down? It rarely happens that way. But with compelling characters, glittering musical riches, and an abundant joy in song and dance, The Ballad of Phineas McBoof is the perfect gift, a CD whose covert mission is to educate children in music's ethical and recreational powers and to do so with unbounded imagination and pleasure. Forget the banal Beethoven for Babies. The Ballad of Phineas McBoof is the musical primer of our times.

    David Yearsley Professor of Music, Cornell University (read the full published review)
  • FYI - Our son is shooting for the world record for most consecutive listens of "Banana."

    Martin Herz CO Noizemaker
  • The Grammaropolis video & song are great!

    Ben Evans KY Noizemaker & YERT Director Voice of Bottomus The Hip Popotamus & Lenny Long Tail
  • I am so excited about his wonderful news with XM Radio! I have to say that I am in total agreement with the XM Radio lady. I absolutely loved listening to it, and I have listened to it many times since and shared it with my friend, who also thought it was great! I am looking forward to getting copies for friends of mine. When we were listening to it, I couldn't help but imagine it as a Disney movie or a Broadway Musical. I thought that it was so clever. The music was great, and it has an appeal that people of all ages can appreciate! I would love to help in whatever way that I can to spread the word about his wonderful project! (Although it seems that word it getting out quite well!)...

    Brooke Ayden IL Noizemaker
  • That was cool Great job!

    Zoetifex Online Noizemaker
  • My son cannot get enough of the book, The Ballad Of Phineas McBoof... as well as its companion CD. Through the crazy adventures of Phineas the rock star monkey and his International Band of Misunderstood Geniuses, he's able to discover the wonder and joy of making music with friends. The story is fun to read. The illustrations are wonderful. And the music is a treat for both of us.

    Cory Fossum Bay Area Parent Magazine
  • Hi!! Just got the Phineas McBoof CD today - WOW! What fun. My 5 year old son actually sat still to listen. Just wanted to let you know how much we enjoy it! Sounds like you had a lot of fun making it too. Looking forward to the next one!

    Susan Myers Noizemaker
  • I've been meaning to tell you: the CD rocks! What a fun thing. Can't wait to hear the next installment and, perchance, be a part of it...

    Anton Schwartz Billboard Charting Jazz Great (yes, Anton will be featured again on the next CD…)
  • We had so much fun at your little show at The Learning Game. Claire has done nothing but talk about you and has not stopped listening to that great CD. She knows all the words and listens to it daily. Phineas McBoof ROCKS! I love that some people call him Meloneious Thunk. HA! We love it!! And now Phineas McBoof has become our secret password! Oh..guess it's not so secret anymore. Anyway, we can't wait to see you again! It was such a pleasure to meet you! And great to meet someone who has such enthusiasm for life! You and your music are infectious. I couldn't stop smiling the rest of that day and I smile whenever we are listening to your CD. We can't wait for your next one!!! Nathan Gunn is amazing! How did you get him to be on your CD? Hurry back to Northern Cali!!!!

    Lynn Northern CA Noizemaker
  • Honorable Mention award: "Don't Be Silly," from Doctor Noize's The Ballad Of Phineas McBoof.

    International Song Competition West Coast Songwriters Association
  • I really enjoyed listening to your cd.

    Neil McIntyre Kids Hip Hop Artist the Littleague
  • A musical tale about a rock star monkey from the Island of Thelonious and his voyage through the world of music: rock, classical, country western and jazz by a group of vocal and instrumental talent.

    Sonya Ellingboe Lone Tree Voice
  • (Doctor Noize) is not afraid of taking risks.  Meticulously constructed and presented, the CD nonetheless exudes a sense of being created in the moment with unbounded humor. The album is a towering artistic achievement, that never feels weighty and reveals new secrets with each listening.

    Dr. David Yearsley Cornell Music Professor, in Counterpunch
  • 'THE BALLAD OF PHINEAS McBOOF' is very impressive ???? It was my pleasure to listen. Doctor Noize's utterly joyous song "Banana" is awesome! I loved the superb performance of the drums. The vocals are fantastic and go so well with the animation. I loved watching this song too... it's sure to be a hit with the kids. ????
    Ricky Kej Grammy-Winning Composer, Indian Peace Ambassador & #1 Charting Billboard Artist

Illustrated Books

  • I'm lovin Phineas and the book!

    Chris Maldonado Host of "The Kids Show" on KRFC FM, Fort Collins, CO
  • At dinner they all go around and say what their favorite part of the day was. The girl announced that her favorite part of the day was hanging out together reading your books and giggling about your zany cast of characters. Apparently they insisted on multiple re-reads of the books that night. So, there you go, you touched two more little kidlets. Just beautiful.

    Katrina CA Noizemaker
  • For the kindie rocker who wants more than just the music, Doctor Noize (aka Cory Cullinan) has created a transmedia property around ‘Phineas McBoof.’ The colorful character creations of his music are brought to life on the page, kicking off a new kid’s property to watch out for.

    nuggetisland.com "surrounded by kid culture"
  • Great book! Very creative story that kids will absolutely love, especially if you also order the companion music CD that features all of the songs from the story.

    Dave Wooldridge CA Noizemaker
  • Wish you could have seen the smile on Ethan's face when I surprised him with the Phineas book tonight. It was like Bono walked in the room or something. We read it before bed and he was in a trance. Congrats on such a great book - mad props to both you and Christian. I wanted to say that now before I feel differently after the 199th reading.

    Cory Fossum May 2008 Co-Noizemaker Of The Month
  • The Best Newsletter (Noizeletter) in Kids Music... I'm on a number of artist newsletters, obviously, but this one has a higher chuckle ratio than most.

    Stefan Shepherd Zooglobble & NPR "Kids music worth sharing"
  • Thanks for the fun afternoon in Fort Collins!! Very entertaining. We love your book too, thanks for the autograph!

    Brad Loucks CO Noizemaker
  • This cartoon-colored Odyssey shows how Phineas learns about other creatures’ love of music… as he realizes we each have a song to contribute to the great symphony of life.

    Joseph W. Cates Richmond Parents Monthly
  • Kaia really likes the book. Your creativity is amazing and inspiring.

    Brian Emery Northern CA Noizemaker
  • We got a good laugh after reading your goofy message to our daughter in her new book...

    David Krivan AZ Noizemaker
  • We were at a party with all ages, and a father leaned down to his daughter to whisper, "That's Doctor Noize's Mommy." She shouted out, "Grandma, that's Doctor Noize's Mommy!!!" My new claim to fame!

    Leola Wooldridge Doctor Noize's Mommy
  • The new book & CD are awesome! By the way, my son saw the cover of the new Phineas book and said, "Hey, those are the people from the bananas game!

    Coert Voorhees Acclaimed Author & Mayor of Grammaropolis
  • The book's great. Great illustrations... great rhymes. I especially like the ending. Kudos. P.S. Our youngest is officially a Noizemaker. He loves the book! P.P.S. I think you DO have the best children's music newsletter and maybe one of the best newsletters period. Can I get you to write my memoirs?

    Chris Walsh School 180 "180 Days to Change How We Think About School"
  • Go where you wanna be.

    Phineas McBoof The Return of Phineas McBoof
  • Your Phineas McBoof is really great. You have combined a family focused career with doing something meaningful. Lately I have been inspired by many people who live their life in search of meaning, they say they live longer, smile more often, and add joy to the world. You are definitely doing that!!!!...

    Gil Brady Principal, Pinewood Elementary School
  • As Doctor Noize, Cullinan wrote a book, "The Ballad of Phineas McBoof," and created a CD around it. It's the story of a monkey musician who becomes so popular that he runs away to escape his groupies. On his journey, he meets other musicians — including drummer Backbone the Octopus and Riley the Robot, who has an electronic sound on "keyboards and toys" — and forms a new band, The International Band of Misunderstood Geniuses. The book has lively rhymes and snazzy illustrations, and the CD features a host of guest voices portraying the animals, such as opera singer Nathan Gunn.

    Rebecca Wallace Arts & Entertainment Editor, Palo Alto Weekly (read the full article & interview)
  • My daughter was excited to get your email. She is now a big fan; she loves your CD and book too. Thanks a lot for doing the Kaia concert. It was really cool of you and fun and we'll all have a lot of good memories from that day. Calling Brian up to do the Beatles song was very touching as well.

    Melissa Northern CA Noizemaker
  • The book really comes together, works great for our family. (Our son) laughs at the musical bottom every time... the one in your book that is.

    Craig Swanson Southern CA Noizemaker
  • My son cannot get enough of the book, The Ballad Of Phineas McBoof... as well as its companion CD. Through the crazy adventures of Phineas the rock star monkey and his International Band of Misunderstood Geniuses, he's able to discover the wonder and joy of making music with friends. The story is fun to read. The illustrations are wonderful. And the music is a treat for both of us.

    Cory Fossum Bay Area Parent Magazine
  • You talented sweetie!! (The boys') Grandmother called last week from Washington. She emoted about the hit of their party...your books and thoughtful personalized inscriptions. They were thrilled and most impressed with your ingenuity. So much so she called from the car while going from one party venue to another. Thank you for giving them such a memorable memory and gift.

    Tammy Tossy Northern CA Noizemaker

Mobile Apps

  • Addictive... I tried out a new game yesterday called Bananas. While it’s made for kids, I really liked the game and had a blast playing it. It’s great fun for kids (and adults).

    Jim Dalrymple The Loop
  • Five stars. Fun game. Dr. Noize does it again! A great game to go with a great song.

    Jake the 4th Bananas iTunes review
  • Five stars. Bonkers over Bananas. My toddler loves "Nanas"! He may be developing an aversion to crabs.

    Hankasaurus Bananas iTunes review
  • Five stars. Hard to put down, and still humming the tune. This is a really fun game for kids of all ages. Lots of fun to pick up and play but hard to master, so it keeps you coming back. The music is awesome and the game itself is visually appealing to look at. Highly recommend. You'll love it.

    Russell Nelson Bananas iTunes review
  • Five stars. Addictive fun! Excellent graphics and music - easy to learn and play but very challenging and addictive! Highly recommend."

    Jon Paulson Bananas iTunes review
  • "The linguistic insights are pure gold."

    Wired "The linguistic insights are pure gold."
  • Punctuate This!

    Coert Voorhees Mayor of Grammaropolis
  • Four stars. Fun! Playing this game may wear out my screen!

    Robotman2006 Bananas iTunes review
  • Five stars. Addictive!! Very very fun!!

    Joseferret Bananas iTunes review
  • As original as children's entertainment gets...  The dialogue and interplay between the characters is charming and funny.  The story... also teaches listeners about the instruments.

    Jeff Bogle Out With The Kids
  • Five stars. My child loves the games as well as the music! Good time.

    Dubbud Bananas iTunes review
  • I have visited your site 568 times.

    Anonymous Noizemaker (but someone who really likes online games & videos...)
  • No.  Better get the app.

    The Mayor Grammaropolis
  • Bright, cheerful, and very entertaining.

    Tech & Learning
  • It’s a good week to be a monkey. That is, assuming your name is Phineas McBoof.  Dr. Noize’s hit iPhone app BANANAS has been updated to include Riley Robot.

    Jeff Bogle Out With The Kids
  • Just downloaded and played it with my son. Great app, congrats! Now I know how to read it.

    Jason Woo Northern CA Noizemaker

Clothing & Merch

  • One of your most entertaining newsletters to date!

    Tina Aberg Northern CA Noizemaker
  • I love my Doctor Noize guitar pick chain. I can hardly wait to wear it to Doctor Noize and a U2 concerts!

    Carol Northern CA Noizemaker
  • Those cookies are awesome! How exciting is that to have fans that crazy about you … ; )

    Phil Jensen Noizy Band Guitarist & Singer Extraordinaire
  • What a wonderful path he has taken and the joy he brings to so many!

    Pam Pitts Northern CA Noizemaker
  • Noize Rocks!

    Darlene Franz WA Noizemaker
  • I think everyone should have a Sidney The Beak T-Shirt.

    Doctor Noize's Daughter Sidney (who is totally unbiased on the subject...)
  • Your April Fools Wiggles prank was the greatest thing ever. You are awesome.

    Lance McDaniel OK Noizemaker

Online Videos

  • Just saw (Grammaropolis)... It's so good! My favorite part is where the grandma gets rejected haha.. does this make me a bad person?

    (Name Withheld To Protect Her Reputation...) Botswana, Africa (seriously)
  • Wow, like Schoolhouse Rock when I was a kid! This was great!

    Lisa Coppola Recording Artist
  • Sweet! Good Job!... Hittin replay...Now!

    Rayzilla Online Noizemaker
  • Just saw Grammaropolis video. Very cool!!! Love the part about gramma thinking it’s about her. Always a treat to hear what you’re up to Dr. Noize! Peace.

    Katie Brady the Music Lady Children's Recording Artist & Performer
  • Cory Cullinan is all right I guess, but his children are genius. Check out the documentary his oldest made about the making of "Phineas McBoof Crashes the Symphony." Hang in there until the end...around 21:17 you'll hear my favorite moment of the recording, and hear the story about how it came to be. I can't get over how incredible this music is! And, I can't get over the orchestra...they hit it out of the park!

    Seth Killen "José The Ferret" on the Doctor Noize recordings
  • Just watched the Making of... video for this project - Holy Guacamole! Flippin' amazing story, performances, mission, and result!!

    Allison Adams Tucker Jazz recording artist
  • Your videos are terrific.

    Barbara Maui, HI Noizemaker
  • I haven't had fun like today in a long time - it's SO good to be around adults who actually like to be goofy. I can't wait to keep working on this project - seriously... SO AMAZING what you are doing, the quality, fun and beauty of it is really inspiring.
    Thank you for that.

    Isabel Leonard Opera Mezzo-Soprano
  • Dr. Noize, the mad genius behind the rock-opera The Ballad of Phineas McBoof, breaks down the new single from version 2 of his debut album by talking about Vivaldi, syncopation, and ancient chord progressions.  He’s encouraged to dance like Justin Bieber, but he encourages us to listen to a wide range of musical genres.  This is pretty funny.

    Jeff Bogle Out With The Kids
  • Yesterday, or the day before, my son and I were talking about manners. I can't remember what led into it, but we were discussing how it was not polite to laugh at someone. Arjun then countered with "yes, but you can laugh at someone if they are doing funny things. Like Dr. Noize does funny things. You can laugh at him!" I don't even know where that came from... but I assured him that yes, it was OK to laugh at you... 😉 Keep laughing and inspiring others to do so...

    Kim Zabora WA Noizemaker
  • Cute video...looks & sounds like a big hit.

    Melanie Rivera CO Noizemaker
  • Cool.

    yahooalfcom
  • I can tell you that I was so happy to be a part of your project. I think the world of you, and, at this stage of my career, I only want to work with people I respect and like. So let me thank you for the experience! I can't wait to hear all about this wonderful project. Again, I'm so happy to have met you. You really touched my life ~

    Jenny Zielon Makeup Artist & Hair Stylist "Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony" Mini Opera Video
  • Your grammar videos are SUPERBLY entertaining. Thanks.

    Kristina Ciminillo
  • I just wandered by your site on a tip from a kind of mutual contact. I had a blast browsing around, listening to the music, and watching the videos. It was inspirational for me as a fellow artist. Congratulations on all your successes, and I wish you the best of luck in the future.

    Peter Apel Children's Musician & Recording Artist
  • You're a one of a kind person. You're a leader. I learned from you. Thanks again for presenting me with a challenge. It was a a blast, and we are going to put the computer on "stun" so we can pop out something as wonderful as all your voices and melodies and orchestral scores.

    Ed Gutentag Director, Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony Kickstarter Videos
  • I am super impressed. Really. Just stunned. Lisa Rothauser and I listened together and then watched the Making Of video with jaws dropped to the floor.

    Tor Hyams Grammy-nominated songwriter
  • Doctor Noize is a busy guy. Not only has he just released The Return of Phineas McBoof, his second album about the title character, and he coaches his daughters' soccer team, but on March 4, he's releasing Grammaropolis, an album about, ummmm... grammar? Yes, it's Jane Jacobs meets "Weird Al" Yankovic meets the inevitable Schoolhouse Rock reference. Except that, I think it's safe to say, none of those made Flock of Seagulls reference. OK, maybe Al.

    Stefan Shepherd Zooglobble & NPR "Kids music worth sharing"
  • Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant!! This was the best 20 minutes that I spent this morning.... It is genius.

    Julia Sweeney IL Noizemaker

Solo Shows

  • Noize Rocks!

    Darlene Franz WA Noizemaker
  • Thank you for all you did this weekend. The campers were talking about your sessions today! One even brought in his guitar. Thank you for your educational approach when creating songs with our campers. It made our music week fun and meaningful.

    Sean Hildreth Public and Family Programs Manager The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
  • GOOD STAGE SHOW!

    Neil McIntyre Kids Hip Hop Artist in the Littleague
  • A friend of mine went to your concert with Andy Z. last year and said it was great.

    Jennifer Schmid Northern CA Noizemaker
  • Thank you for a truly amazing week. You are fantastic! It was a joy to work with you... and it helped me get through the week having you there being you! 🙂 I look forward to working with you in the future!

    Katie Brown Executive Assistant & Stage Manager North State Symphony
  • It's exciting because this will be the most ambitious, fun and original youth concert we've done to date-it's the first time we've reached out to involve a guest artist like Dr. Noize. We'll be playing some very familiar selections like Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, and we'll also be playing short original works written specifically for the concert by Dr. Noize. It's a great way to introduce kids to symphonic music.

    Keith Herritt Executive Director North State Symphony
  • Thanks so much for being a part of The Music Train! It was so much fun. You are a great performer! I'll definitely have you back! I had many comments on how much the families enjoyed you.

    Anya Thomson The Music Train
  • It is just such a delight to spend the afternoon around Cory's infectious energy and his joyful Doctor Noize persona and music! Honestly! We have such a blast rockin' with Dr. Noize, as do our friends, most of whom have just begun their adventures with Phineas!

    Dida Gazoli Northern CA Noizemaker
  • The (Palo Alto Children's Theatre) show was a BIG HIT!!!! I love it that you had an overflow, SRO, crowd!! It was such a great "overflow" hit, and you handled all the kidz scrambling on the stage "impromptu"-like so beautifully that it actually enhanced the show, and made it even more fun. Well done, Doc! So it's no wonder they want you back. Congratulations on the big success, and may your awesome talent and effort be continually rewarded thus! Glad all your showz are packin' 'em in.

    Barbara Greenwood Northern CA Noizemaker
  • Congratulations on a great tour! Again, we really enjoyed having you here in Redwood City... Thank you for helping to make (downtown Redwood City) a destination spot because of your concert.

    Christopher Beth Superintendent, City of Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Dept.
  • My second year with the Team, I raised money with the help of a fabulous musician Dr. Noize who came to Seattle and put on one rockin' concert for kids. He's AWESOME!

    Rachel Gerson Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training
  • (We) had a lot of fun taking part in your show on Saturday. The kids were spectacular! Thank-you for your wonderful performance!

    Cherry Harborne Northern CA Noizemaker
  • Thank you so much for coming. It was very entertaining. I'm amazed at your energy level...

    Karin CO Noizemaker
  • I didn't know how AWESOME you were until I saw your show... I was inspired by your concert to write a song on the guitar.

    Jacob Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary
  • Your interaction on stage with the young girl who wanted to play sax rather then the keyboard spoke volumes, that was a great interaction, a great moment.

    Lisa Shara Northern CA Noizemaker
  • It was really great to have you perform at our school and it would definitely be fun to have you back! You are truly gifted as a children's performer.

    Jennifer Morgan Program Coordinator Children's Center Preschool
  • While attending Stanford, Cullinan met Kyle Wiley Pickett, now Music Director and Conductor of the North State Symphony. The two hit it off and became friends. They sang in the Stanford Chamber Chorale together, and performed together in operas for Bay Area school kids. They've kept in touch and have followed each other's careers over the years...now both fathers, they are excited to be coming together again to blend their musical talents in this very special show for kids.

    Lisa Shara Editor, North State Parent Magazine (read the full article & interview)
  • Boy oh boy did we have a ball at both concerts. Yes... we were also at the Bus Barn and my son decided that it was really *his* concert. He had such a wonderful experience. BTW, your 7-beat/5-beat measure from "Don't Be Silly" has been on my mind. The only other musician I have heard really have fun with that is Joe Jackson - from his Night and Day album. I think the song is Target - and it always gets me counting and amazed at the tempo.... Again, you are on to something super special. We really enjoy your work, and we'll enjoy future concerts... There will be many fans inviting you and welcoming you back.

    Hilary Grant-Valdez Board Of Directors President, Children's Corner Preschool
  • "Schools teach students how to perform music and music history, but they don't give students the opportunity to create music of their own" said Cory Cullinan, aka Doctor Noize. "Every other subject allows you to practice creating, there English lit classes and then there's creative writing, there's art history classes and then art classes, where you get to actually make things" said Cullinan, a former high school teacher. But when you get to music, there's chorus and band. That's it. I want kids to start thinking, "I could write a song?" So rather than just quietly listening to Cullinan perform his various instruments including keyboards, saxophone and, of course, a kazoo kids will also get to help arrange and record a song. "(The kids are) sort of shocked when they are able to just get up and do it", he said. "They think there's this wall between them and music. I don't think we encourage kids enough to be creative musically. Kids just like to be part of the creative process."

    Stacy Nick The Coloradoan
  • Thank you Doctor Noize for an amazing assembly!

    Maria Banta Assistant Principal Eagle Ridge Elementary School

Symphony Shows

  • Glad to have been a part of this!

    Elizabeth Quivey Manager, CA North State Symphony
  • My boys had a blast, thanks for the great concert! So now, not only do we sing the Banana song, but also 1-2-3-4-5-6-7- a song!

    Lynese Zukowski CO Elementary School Teacher & Noizemaker
  • I've said this before, so excuse me if I sound like a broken record, but I think what you're doing to bring orchestra and music theatre to young listeners is admirable, important, and awesome. 🙂

    Andy Z Award-winning children's recording artist
  • Great two concerts. It was nice to see it all come together, complete with good crowds both days! Although, I'm pretty sure there are some broken windows at Lone Tree Arts Center from the high pitched kids screaming on Friday. Lol.

    Joy Pearson Violinist, Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra
  • Your gift for inspiring kids is unparalleled, my friend!

    Kyle Pickett Conductor, North State Symphony & Juneau Symphony
  • It was a very great performance... we all enjoyed learning about the orchestra so much!

    Natasha CO Noizemaker On "Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony"
  • That was an auditorium of “pure joy,” and who wouldn’t love being a part of that?!!

    Art Bouton Woodwind Dept. Chair, University Of Denver
  • Doctor Noize makes classical music fun for kids.

    Lydia Rueger Colorado Parent Magazine
  • It was great fun to work with you and to be a part of something so worthwhile. It’s possible that our performance was the first orchestra experience for many of those children and, let’s hope, it’s the start of a lifelong love of music.

    Jacinda Bouton Conductor, Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra
  • Awesome, amazing show!!! You rock!

    Elizabeth Billups Acres Green Elementary Discovery Program PTO Director
  • The shows were fun... the kids liked them, including the kids in the orchestra! Thanks for the fun!

    Geoffrey Long Oboist, Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra
  • A day with Dr. Noize is like three days with normal people!

    Kyle Pickett Conductor, North State Symphony & Juneau Symphony
  • Thank You Dr. Noize! You were awesome on stage in juneau, AK... You're welcome to play any time again!

    Cedar Miles AK Noizemaker (Yes Cedar -- Dr. Noize is booked to return to the Juneau Symphony!)
  • My kids are IN his performance, in Denver, all weekend this weekend! The music is amazing. He is awesome! The show was amazing! I hope for the best for the whole endeavor.

    Mary Moye Monroe CO Noizemaker
  • It was a lot of fun.

    Mary Barnes Cellist, Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra on Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony
  • Gotta love this whacko Cory Cullinan out there busting his butt representing for music + kids. (And doing Stanford proud.)

    Perry Cook Permanent Visiting Artis/Faculty @ CA Institute of the Arts, Professor Emeritus @ Princeton
  • The symphony concerts we performed with Doctor Noize were spectacular! I have never seen kids respond with so much enthusiasm to a classical music concert. He's fun, funny and irreverent. His gift for inspiring kids is unparalleled.

    Kyle Pickett Conductor North State Symphony & Juneau Symphony
  • Awesome performances this week, Dr. Noize! The kids are still abuzz with excitement about the shows! You have done an amazing job with this symphony project!

    Alice Wiley Pickett Northern CA Noizemaker

Theatrical Productions

  • Awesome!

    Seth Killen Opera singer & Professor of Music & Voice @ North Greenville University
  • Super cool! Kids' theatre people, check it out. Awesome new musical! Congratulations, Cory Cullinan!

    Kathryn Grice Gould CO playwright, actress & Noizemaker
  • (Our nephew who played Phineas McBoof) SO loved being part of this and all your inspired music and story.

    John Mathews CA Noizemaker & Uncle of Theatrical Production Cast Member
  • Our goal at the Children’s Theatre is to present stories that engage our audiences.  We are honored to collaborate with a composer of Cullinan’s experience, imagination, and musical skill directing his talents toward fostering new work for young audiences.

    Judge Luckey Managing Artistic Director, Palo Alto Children's Theatre
  • It's now being picked up by theater groups. All to teach kids about music. How about doing something useful, Cory?

    George Mitsuoka CO Noizemaker
  • If you have been cajoling your kids into liking Beethoven and Mozart, coaxing them into practicing piano and/or violin, but all they want are Pokémon-go or Minecraft, then please take your kids to the Doctor Noize musical "The Ballad of Phineas McBoof." Cory Cullinan, a.k.a. Doctor Noize, is a Stanford-educated music major and a father of two daughters, but his dream has been to share his love for music with the kids. Commissioned by the Palo Alto Children's Theatre, Doctor Noize adapted his Phineas McBoof books and album into a new musical. Don't miss this very special show!

    Ling Chen Chinese-language blogger in Silicon Valley
  • My kids love Doctor Noize!

    Doug Wheeler Washington, DC Noizemaker
  • Thank you so much for encouraging our kids! I do hear many great comments from the audience at the end of shows. One of our parents said you should get the shows to the stages in China! Yeah, I am sure the China parents and kids would love to greet Phineas McBoof and his folks! Thank you so much for your great contributions to the children around the globe!

    Ling Chen Parent of one of the child stars onstage in "The Ballad of Phineas McBoof"
  • These kids (in the show) are amazing! And so happy. LOVE. Kids can do *anything*. You're a force for good, Cory Cullinan.

    Lori Henriques Grammy-nominated children's musician
  • I enjoyed the show soooo much. I loved the Dr. Noize character. He reminded me of you!  Hmmmm.

    Kathy Bryant CA Noizemaker
  • So fun!  Can't wait!

    Marieke Gaboury Director of Theatre Operations, Palo Alto Children's Theatre
  • So cool, Cory!

    Anton Schwartz Chart-topping jazz composer & saxophonist

Teaching & Learning

  • The program went exactly as outlined in our application. Over 900 children and 350 adults attended the performances, and a lucky few were even called up on stage to sing, dance and “chomp” along with the music. Attendance at the Family Concert was an impressive 50% youths under 18. The concerts were so successful that we have decided to bring Doctor Noize back for an expanded Music in the Schools program and additional Family Concert. We would like to have Doctor Noize himself visit each of the elementary schools during a week-long residency. We’ve become such a fan of Doctor Noize that we are also helping him to schedule appearances in neighboring Southeast Alaska communities next spring.

    Valerie Snyder Business Manager, The Juneau Symphony Juneau, AK
  • Dr. Noize generated fantastic enthusiasm for music and I can say that every student walked away not only amused, but genuinely interested in learning more about music. You, and your orchestra showed that music (even "stuffy old classical" music) can be fun. You educated the audience of wiggly children about music in a fun and interactive way. I hope that this is the beginning of an educational relationship between your orchestra and the schools that will build on some of the programs that are already in place. Thank you for a wonderful opportunity to share high quality music with our children!!!

    Nancy Peel Teacher, Glacier Valley Elementary School As quoted in the Juneau Empire Juneau, AK
  • Thank you for coming to our school and helping us wright a song and the lirics.

    Aidan Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • Wow… that was an amazing speech!

    Bradley Stoll Teacher at Harker Academy on Demystifying Excellence
  • Thank you for coming in and making music with us. It was awsome. I can't wait to see the CD.

    Ava Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • Oh Musical Impresario, Dr. Noize... You are amazing. Yours in all things fun...

    Dr. PJ Ford Slack Principal, Sitka High School Sitka, AK
  • I recently read "The Last Lecture," which was so poignant I found it quite haunting, but that isn't the point. The point is that in reading the book, and then searching YouTube for video of Randy Pausch and his lecture and then (heartbreakingly) his memorial service, I thought a lot of Cory. His energy and how he affected and influenced people, students, and colleagues reminded me of you. I wish nothing but the best for Dr. Noize and his future career. I also think you would be an amazing teacher at a higher level of education, and thought you should know that I think that.

    Leslie Pelinka OR Pediatrician
  • Thank you for coming to our class to teach about music.

    Previn Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • It was truly a treat to have a musician and entertainer of your caliber to Evergreen Middle School. Thank you for sharing your love for music and inspirational spirit with our students and staff. I hope we have another Noize experience in the future.

    Felicia Ross Principal, Evergreen Middle School
  • Dear Dr. Noise. I love your book's. You are cool, you know what is your new book going to be like? That is all I can think of. Peace!

    Scooter Boy (Aidan) Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • Thank you for taking some of your time to do a song wit us. I'm With The band!

    Nolan Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • In real life, his name is Cory Cullinan, and he said his show reflects a few things about his life. "One, I'm a little crazy,'' he said. "Two, I'm an ex-music teacher so you can see my music-geekiness."

    Kirsten Silveira The Coloradoan (read the full article)
  • Dr. Noize, I like your drumming! From your biggest fan.

    Garrett Student, Evergreen Middle School
  • I have had the privilege of being taught by Mr. Cullinan for two full semesters during my freshman and sophomore years at my high school. I still find it next to impossible to imagine just how much stamina and willpower and strength Mr. C commands; I have so much respect for him. In my mind, a hero is not necessarily someone who has saved my life, or rescued me from danger, or radically changed my life. Mr. C is a hero simply because he has given me, however unintentionally, the gift of inspiration. I can only aspire to simulate his remarkable qualities in my own life; but I shall try.

    Doris Huang yourtruehero.com (read the full article) Pinewood School & Harvard graduate
  • That was the BEST assembly yet! Loved, loved, loved the music, Dr. Noize, and the play!! What a memory for the kids! I was checking out their little faces...mesmerizing.

    Pamela Jennings Dyche Evergreen School, CA
  • Thank you for making a song with us it was really funny somtimes because you made me laugh and was very fun.

    Emilee Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • Your passion has always been an inspiration in my life and I always get teary-eyed when I talk about my high school experience with Pinewood Singers and how amazing you were as a role model. You started something new at Pinewood, touched so many lives, and broke some records with them and that is something I constantly try to do now that you have shown me that it is possible.

    Nana Kanzaveli Doctor Noize's former high school student
  • Thank you so much for doing a song with us. You are silly. Your freind Jordan.

    Jordan Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • Thank you -- I loved the presentation you gave yesterday.

    Noah Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • Thank you for coming to the school for teaching us how to record a song. I hope you become your dream. Sincerely, Dennis.

    Dennis Student, Eagle Ridge Elementary School

Giving Back

  • How was it that this man had a literally boundless store of energy and good humor?

    Doris Huang yourtruehero.com (read the full article) Pinewood School & Harvard graduate
  • I've had really positive feedback from people who attended. Some are still emotional about the "Kaia" song and Brian's duet with you. Very poignant. And really a great touchstone to remember this community of support that is there for them. Cory, you are an excellent performer. It was a privilege to hear your work 2x over the weekend. Here's what a mom wrote to me, "Dr. Noize is so good and creative that Cassidy still remembers how he sings. She's been making those funny songs and sounds to me since yesterday." Gotta love it.

    Debbie Stauffer Leader of Las Madres & Co-Organizer of the Benefit Concert For Kaia Emery
  • Thank you very much for coming out to Somersett and helping out the Food Bank of Northern Nevada!

    Brinn Willmer Assistant Activities Coordinator, The Club at Town Center ~ Somersett
  • The concert on Sunday for Kaia Emery was a huge success. We had more than 250 people come, the kids had a great time, Kaia really seemed to enjoy herself, and the community raised a significant amount of money for her future.

    Dan Gilbert Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning & Co-Organizer of the Benefit Concert For Kaia Emery
  • Wow, what a great show!  I love the interactivity, the demonstration of tech choices/uses, the upbeat pace, the musicality... I'm sure you've heard all of that before...

    Kiffen Madden-Lunsford Teacher, Plasencia Elementary School and Math-Science Magnet
  • Children's artist Cory Cullinan (aka Doctor Noize) has pledged to identify one monthly performance from his interactive, educational musical experience for children as a charitable Doctor Noize Giving Back show. The idea evolved from a recent Mothers Day benefit concert Cullinan organized in Palo Alto, Calif., to raise funds for a 3-year-old who lost her mother.

    Laurel Fishman Grammy.com (read the full article)
  • You guys rock! Thank you mucho for donating back to Pinewood and helping us finally get Middle Campus renovated. We love your music!

    Michele Isaac Teacher, Pinewood School
  • What a tremendous opportunity for our students to experience your creativity and musical talents! Plasencia Elementary School and Magnet currently serves about 900 students, many of whom are low income and minority children from the surrounding neighborhoods of Echo Park, Temple/Beaudry, Silverlake, and Koreatown.  As with many LAUSD schools, Plasencia Elementary School and Math-Science Magnet have very limited funds for enrichment programs. Thank you, again!

    Vickie Mendoza Board Member, Plasencia Elementary School and Math-Science Magnet
  • Thank you to everyone involved for the wonderful Dr. Noize show last week to benefit the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Everyone had such a great time and when it was all said and done, the Food Bank has an additional $715 to feed the hungry in our community. This translated into 2,860 meals, which is a very significant contribution in the fight against hunger.

    Jocelyn Lantrip Public Relations Officer, Food Bank of Northern Nevada
  • We raised over $3,800 at the Benefit Concert for Kaia Emery, a wonderful girl who's mom recently passed away. Kaia is June's Noizemaker Of The Month! Watch the video of Kaia's Song, improvised with a packed audience of Geniuses at my alma mater Stanford.

    Doctor Noize After our first big Giving Back Show
  • Wow! What a great show. My kids were thrilled.

    Molli McIlvaine Southern CA Noizemaker
  • i was just looking through your website again... and watched the video of the kaia song that you did at the show. i'm not sure i ever told you properly how amazing that was. i know it was a little overwhelming for kaia but i think she enjoyed it too. but maybe more significantly, it was a really amazing way to get all those people to express their love for her. it was a really cool thing to be a part of aside from the fact that i am her dad. being her dad too, wow...so very cool. so anyway, thanks again for that. the show was great, of course, but that little impromptu bit for her specifically was above and beyond.

    Brian Emery Father of Kaia Emery & Noizemaker Of The Month
  • I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to you for giving such a great show. In total we managed to raise HK$13,790 (US $1,768) for "Bring Me A Book" which is fantastic plus the feedback from parents (and children alike) has been wonderful and very positive indeed. In fact, everyone wants to know when you’ll be back to do another show!

    Jane Archibald Director, Kids Gallery Hong Kong
  • Thank you so much for being our Featured Speaker at Mardi Gras Night. We raised over $100,000 in one night for Bay Area school music programs! And, my dear, you played a huge role in that success. You now have an army of new fans. You were so inspiring, dynamic, funny, and got folks so jazzed about music. You are the MFM poster child and embody the fact our mission works!

    Sonja Palmer Executive Director, Music For Minors
  • Hubboy... (tears streaming down my face) the video of Kaia's Song made my day as I was lying here feeling sorry for myself and wishing my sore throat would go away and bug someone else. Then Doctor Noize made his 'wake-up, you dummy, and thank the heavens above that all you have is a goofy cold today' house-call. Thank you, thank you for that. You are such inspiration... truly.

    Dida Gazoli Northern CA Noizemaker
  • You are an extremely busy person so I feel so blessed that you are willing to do this concert for us. We are confident it will be a great night! We are all so excited! With the money raised, we plan on splitting the proceeds for both Treyton's and Connor's memorial projects. In Treyton's name, we are fundraising to build a baseball field in Whitewater which will be called Treyton's Field of Dreams. Connor's memorial will be a playground in Jefferson. Thanks again for all that you are doing!

    Amie Alvarado Organizer, Concert For Treyton's Field Of Dreams & Connor's Playground
  • A big thank you to Dr. Noize... He gave a wonderful book reading and music performance for the kids. We had lots of fun dancing and laughing.

    Stephanie Leeper Teacher, Eagle Ridge Elementary School
  • Thank you for your kindness in sharing your talents and gifts in honor of our son. It was a wonderful event. Thank you!

    The Kilar Family Parents of Treyton Michael Kilar Founders of Treyton's Field Of Dreams
  • Everyone had a great time and we raised $740 for Treyton's Field Of Dreams & Connor's playground!

    Amie Alvarado Organizer, Concert For Treyton's Field Of Dreams & Connor's Playground

Doc's Thoughts

  • We’ve made sure to offer a little of everything to fans with the Doctor Noize Apps — from games with established hit game makers to interactive ebooks and deep educational ventures.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • I wrote and recorded The Ballad of Phineas McBoof when I was a high school music teacher, documentary film composer, and new parent.  Basically, I wrote what I’d want to listen to with my own kids.  To my great delight, other parents, educators and kids agreed with me.  And thus Doctor Noize was born.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • I’ve been given the rare opportunity to build a series for the most adventurous audience in the world — kids and the adults who belong to them.  I can’t imagine giving the next generation anything but my best, so I treat them as the budding creative geniuses they can be and the world needs.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • Learning is awesome.  Kids are awesome.  And adults who learn like kids are awesome.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • What they said. (And this is in fact the post content.)

    Doctor Noize (post title) The organization, source, etc. (And this—if you really want to know—is the excerpt.)
  • I’ve always loved reading to my own kids — now I get to read to yours too!  Your kids will dig mixing their own version of our theme song.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • Thank you for helping us bring sophisticated family fare to the world's most important audience -- kids.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • Sometimes you just gotta have a little musical fun in the sun.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • I hope you enjoy reading this book to your kids as much as I enjoyed writing it for mine.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • Phineas McBoof Crashes the Symphony was intentionally created as a complete work of musical theatre — no shortcuts — with highly sophisticated and challenging music.  Kids have the most fun and gain the most pride, satisfaction, and confidence when they’re reaching for things that cause them to stretch and learn.  So we’ve made an album that’s funny and fun and dramatic and sad and happy and crazy and colorful, in ways that only authentic orchestral music and musical theatre can be.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • As my own kids have become increasingly involved in musical theatre productions, I've become more fascinated with bringing my works theatrically to the stage.  It allows me to connect with my past as a teacher and Music Director for shows like Into The Woods.  Musical theatre is a wonderful creative outlet for kids to perform and watch alike, and a delightful medium to write and compose for.  It feels like coming home.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • It's a rough job, but somebody's gotta do it.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • In the electronic media age, mastery of the written word is an increasingly rare skill.  I’m thrilled to team with acclaimed young adult author Coert Voorhees — Mayor Of Grammaropolis — to produce a musical for all ages celebrating the power of words on equal footing with the power of music.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • This app is gonna be amazing.  This app is gonna be amazing?  This app is gonna be amazing!

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • I truly appreciate everyone who shares their thoughts and experiences about Doctor Noize, and I personally read every post and contact we receive.  I couldn't do this without you.  PS Everyone quoted here is 100% insane.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • The greatest award you can ever achieve is the knowledge that you gave everything you can give toward a purpose you believe in.  Everything else is gravy.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • As our technology develops at a rapid pace, our intellectual focus level and moral development — why we do what we do — is at greater and greater risk.  Purpose matters.  Sophistication matters.  Let’s make sure we don’t flip our internal processors off every time we switch our external processors on.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • Orchestral music is the most adventurous and colorful music in the world.  Kids and newcomers are the most adventurous and colorful audience in the world, because their minds are not yet made up.  As young fine arts audiences in the digital age are increasingly elusive, it’s imperative that those of us who want to preserve the art form we love design and perform symphony shows that specifically appeal to new audiences.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • Kids are the most adventurous audience in the world.  Their enthusiasm makes us better listeners as parents and teachers.  It’s imperative that we bring kids positive energy and inspirational musical substance in shows.  They’re forming their minds; they’re forming their level of sophistication; they’re forming our future.

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
  • We're making a punctuation album? Hey! Let me tell you something:  We're making a punctuation album...

    Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.

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Doctor Noize truly appreciates everyone quoted here who's taken the time to share their thoughts and experiences.  The Doc personally reads every post, email and letter to him, and often answers back to kids who contact.  We couldn't do this without you!