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"YeeHaw a Giveaway"

Monday, April 28, 2008

YeeHaw - A Giveaway!
A good country music song will tell you a great story, entertain you, and maybe even make you think.

But most adult country music songs tackle issues that are a little too much for young minds.

Enter The BummKinn Band. Rather than sing about ex-wives, trailer parks, and bar fights, they sing about things that kids can identify with, like broken toys, dropped ice cream cones, and playground friendships gone sour.

We loved last year's debut CD, and now their new disc, Rockin' The YeeHaw, delivers more classic country sound to the children's music scene. They also mix in a little rockabilly, bluegrass, and Southern rock on this fun 16-song collection.

Lead singer Kimber Breaux has a great big Texas-sized voice that kids and adults alike are going to find irresistible. She and her bandmates, Sam Nickell and Ryan Bueter, serve up a tasty down-home sound, with warm honey-dripped harmonies and perfect hand-clapping rhythms. Songs like "Woke Up On The Wrong Side Of The Bed," "Crab Bit My Toe," and "I Dropped My Ice Cream On The Ground" are memorable favorites in my house.

Listen: "Woke Up On The Wrong Side Of The Bed" (60-sec. clip)

The last track on the CD, "Rhinurtle Elesnail," is a wonderful story song about a strange creature (a combination of a rhinocerous, turtle, elephant, and snail) and its arrival in an old west town.

Rockin' The YeeHaw gets the highest recommendation from my family.

You can buy the CD, and listen to more song clips, at CD Baby.

- A Family Runs Through It

"The BummKinn Band - Rockin? the YeeHaw"

COWBOYS & WESTERN WEAR! Maybe you first heard about The Bummkinn
Band here on Hilltown Families when HF Contributing Writer Bill Child?s
wrote about their performance at Kidzapalooza. Finally all those
unreleased songs they performed at Kidzapalooza in Austin, TX, have been
released on their new album, Rockin? the YeeHaw. Blending the sounds of
rock-a billy, southern rock and the traditional country influences of Hank
Williams ad Loretta Lynn, this is the kind of album I wish was around
when I was growing up in Texas. With songs like ?You Broke My Heart on
the Swingset? and ?I Dropped My Ice Cream on the Ground,? The Bummkinn
Band has put together a collection of unique country songs for kids.
It?s sure to get you two-steppin?.
- HillTown Families Review

"The BummKinn Band Featured"


The BummKinn Band
Although some children are told they were “delivered by the stork,” Kimber Breaux claims her parents insisted she was tossed off a Shetland pony into a hay field. Growing up in Beaumont, Texas she says she didn’t doubt that story as it would explain her upside-down approach to the world. She thinks and often speaks in rhyme. She says she can’t help it, it just happens every time.

Translating her interest in rhymes into music began in junior high school when she formed a singing group that performed country tunes. Her infatuation with country culture continued at Texas A&M University where she majored in Agriculture. But the performing bug kept stinging her. After moving to Los Angeles, Kimber participated as a performer and choreographer in the top selling children’s video, "Dance Workout with Barbie."

Performing for children and the birth of her nephew fostered her interest in writing music for kids. And, the idea for THE BUMMKINN BAND was born. The rest of the BummKinns are Ryan Beuter ( Mighty Maverick ) and Sam Nickell (Big Red).

The band’s name is based on the singer’s own approach to life. “Most people think of a country bumpkin as someone who isn’t sophisticated or smart. But, I like to believe that it’s more about enjoying life and having a good time – relishing the simple things that life has to offer.”

Kimber and the BummKinn's have created a stage show in Grand Ole Opry style and she is developing a TV series that will feature Joe Bear BummKinn, the character pictured above and on their CDs.

We are pleased to have the Bummkinn band as a part of FIND-A-SONG™!

The BummKinn Band has just released their new album, “Rockin’ the Yeehaw.” - Find-a Song


We have two fabulous CD's out. Our most recent is " Rockin the YeeHaw" and our debut release " Starry Skies and Lullabies ". Songs on the radio include " A Bear WIth No Hair", "Woke Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed", I Wanna Be a Tree", " Unusual Day", " I Dropped My Ice Cream on the Ground", " You Broke My Heart on the Swingset", " Farm Road 22".



Country Music for Kids -- what a concept!! Hey Country kids and welcome to The Bummkinn Band's site. We're as happy as a donut that has just been glazed that ya'll found us. Whether you have kids or like kids or are a kid yourself, we really hope you'll check out our country music tunes for children of all ages!! Our second CD, " ROCKIN THE YEEHAW ", just headin down the dusty trail. This features songs that we hope will help to define the genre of country music for kids. It will keep your boots a scootin and hats a flyin for sure with more amazing musical talents and songs like "You Broke My Heart on the Swingset" and "Texas Sized BooBoo". This is a must have CD for country kid's of all ages!!! Just go to and search out The BummKinn Band and it can be yours!!!! The first CD, "STARRY SKIES AND LULLABIES" features the incredible work of musicians including Dusty Wakeman, Dave Raven, Doug Pettibone, Skip Edwards, Scott Joss, Chris Lawrence, Peter Tork, King Cotton, Keith Gaddis, Bryson Jones and Jonny Kaplan. They helped make all of my songs great! Our touring trio, which includes Kimber Breaux (that's me), Ryan Bueter and Sam Nickell. I'm Rosie Mae Bummkinn, Ryan is Mighty Maverick Bummkinn and Sam is Big Red Bummkinn. We tell stories and silly jokes, sing songs and have a really great time!! We even have our very own BummKinn Band Diddy that tells ya'll who we are!!! The BummKinn Band comes from the town of Stone's Throw in the mythical country corner of Fish in a Tree county near the banks of Swimmin Swallow Crik and yes just bout a stones throw away from Hullaballoo. Hullaballoo being the home town of our good friend, the king of country music, Joe Bear Bummkinn -- he's a teddy sized bear with a grizzly personality. Speakin a influences he is the Buck Ownes fo the bear community. We're also developing a KIDS TV SHOW, not unlike another of our influences HeeHaw for all the folks who love their family fun country-style! It'll make your heart smile... SO if you like Loretta, Willie, Lucinda, Hank, Wynona, Tammy, and even David Allen Coe you and your kids are a gonna eat us up like Texas Barbecue!!!