Danny & Gerry
Welcome to our-music.com!
Hi, my name is Fred.
So you want to know more about us? We have CDs, Teacher's kits, concerts and much more, and that all designed for kids. Please use the easy to follow menu at the left side of our page for more information. You may order any products through our online shopping service.
Danny & Gerry play concerts for schools and public. Check out our up-to-date concert-table to find out more. If you are interested in a concert in your school you will find more information on the concert-request-information-page (what a word!).
There is a section for teachers as well. You can find information on our products for teachers, eg the
for More Of Our Songs, or our new
Furthermore we provide a
to answer the most common questions in regard to this service. Should you have a question then send us an
Did I mention that we love to hear from you by email? We have prepared an email form for you. Use it to get in touch with us. And for those of you who want information on our activities on a more regular basis, we have prepared a news-letter that will be delivered straight to your mailbox - for free!
You can also visit our guestbook during your visit on our homepage. We are always looking forward to hearing from you.
Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We wish you a pleasant stay at our-music.com!
More Of Our Songs 20/20
The newest CD from Danny & Gerry is here: More Of Our Songs 20/20. See more information on our homepage and get your copy through our online shopping service.
Danny & Gerry - More Of Our Songs 20/20
There are English lessons by Danny and Gerry as well. Find out more about that service in the "Our English" area.
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