The Bazillions are the creation of Twin Cities’ parents/educators/singer-songwriters Adam and Kristin Marshall. Literally from their first day on the job at Kenny School in Minneapolis, the couple was writing songs for and with their students. Before long, the kids knew every word to every song, and parents began asking for a CD. So, along with their indie pop band The Humbugs, the Marshalls recorded and released “Rock-n-Roll Recess,” under the new alter-ego band name “The Bazillions.”
The instantly accessible “Rock-n-Roll Recess” features dangerously catchy tunes about macaroni and cheese, a messy room, accidentally breaking the neighbors window and other events in the daily life of a kid. And while written with kids in mind, the songs can be enjoyed by everyone. The independently released album has even inspired other Twin Cities’ creatives to join forces with The Bazillions to support the record with original illustrations, animation, and videos (coming soon to this web site!)
The Bazillions are nothing more than real, genuine quality kids’ music. Music that won’t drive parents crazy. Straight out of elementary school, The Bazillions are ready to bring their tunes to kids everywhere.
"Super Sonic Rocket Bike" and "Tommy Got In Trouble" are two great songs, worthy of great kid-popsters like Justin Roberts. Stefan Shephard, zooglobble.com