RAZZMATAZZ FOR KIDS, the trio of guitarist Sandy Greenberg, wacky front-man Thomas Cormier (T.C.) and fiddler extraordinaire Gordon Stobbe tour North America from their home-base in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with an exciting, interactive concert of original songs and traditional tunes. Participation and comedy draw the audience into this multi-cultural program featuring French-Acadian, Klezmer, Celtic, Canadian, Appalachian, Blues, Latin Percussion, and Rockabilly styles of music. Every note in their concerts is live, with no pre-programmed tracks, and some of the instruments they play are acoustic guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo, harmonica, kazoo, wooden spoons, Cajun wrought-iron triangle, Cajun stainless steel rub-board, and other percussion instruments. RAZZMATAZZ has been entertaining children and families since 1990 at hundreds of venues, including festivals, theatres, and schools, and corporate functions, both in Canada and the United States, delighting kids, parents, and teachers. CBC has featured them on Sesame Street and Sesame Park, and they performed with Symphony Nova Scotia, to a standing ovation. They released their self-titled recording, Razzmatazz for Kids, in 1994, and it has garnered several awards and many glowing reviews.