Upcoming Showz

Date City Venue
Saturday 05/17/14 Doctor Noize in Windsor, CO Windsor-Severance Library
Time: 12:15pm. *Note the date change!* Doctor Noize returns to the Clearview Library District bookmobile bash again this year!
Saturday 06/07/14 Doctor Noize in Centennial, CO Koelbel Library
Time: 10:00am. Doctor Noize kicks off the summer program at Koelbel Library with a full Doctor Noize Live show!
Sunday 06/08/14 Doctor Noize in Lone Tree, CO Lone Tree Arts Center
Time: 11:00am. Dr. Noize emcees this 3-hour Discover Summer kickoff from the Terrace Theater Stage. It’s a full scale city event with all kinds of musical and kid-friendly activities!
Tuesday 06/24/14 Doctor Noize in Keystone Keystone Resort
Time: 11:00am. Doctor Noize returns to Keystone for his annual summer show in the mountains!

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  • New Interactive Ebook App!

    Announcing the release of our interactive ebook app, The Ballad Of Phineas McBoof. Story, illustrations, animations, songs, sounds, narration, and more — for only 99 cents!

  • Upcoming Showz…

    …this summer include dates in CO, WY, WI, and CA! This Fall brings the CO premiere of the orchestral Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony in my hometown’s arts center!

  • Orchestra Album!

    Opera star & 2013 Richard Tucker Award winner Isabel Leonard has agreed to play the role of our villain on “Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony.” Watch Isabel on Sesame St. here!

  • Fun Raising!

    Isabel, Nathan Gunn, Maestro Kyle and I are making a mini musical about why we want to make an album like this for kids. Wanna help? Contact us! And watch Nathan on Colbert here!

  • Brain Trust?

    Thanks to my incredible advisory brain trust of Adam Bock, Craig Swanson, & Coert Voorhees. Janette Cullinan is on this list but doesn’t like the limelight, so I definitely won’t mention her.


The Noizemakers Sound Off!

  • 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

  • Absolutely lovely stuff from a kindred spirit. It is a total joy to see Cory thriving!

    Joost Bonsen

    Blogger, Maximizing Progress — Exponential Innovations Everywhere

  • Cory Cullinan has every reason to smile. His song “Banana” off his debut children’s album The Ballad of Phineas McBoof, clinched the No. 1 spot on XM Radio’s Kids Chart last fall. Zany as it sounds, his music isn’t just for kids… His concept, “rock-opera for kids,” combined with high-level musicianship (the album features artists who have worked with Santana and Huey Lewis, as well as opera singer Nathan Gunn) appeals to a more mature set… The hidden payoff? “I get to work with people of my maturity level, which is the 2-to-11 set.”

    Caitlin Berka

    Stanford Magazine (read the full article)


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