Lindsay Munroe Debuts ‘Little Red Caboose’ Video

Courtesy: Concord Music Group/Craft Recordings

National Train Day is coming, and family entertainer Lindsay Munroe is celebrating with a new song and video.

Munroe debuted the video for her new song ‘Little Red Caboose‘ Thursday.  The song is featured on Munroe’s new album I Am KindSongs For Unique Kids, which was released digitally on April 24 through Concord Music Group and Craft Recordings.  The record, which will be released in stores June 12, features a guest appearance by famed family entertainer Raffi on its opener/title track.

The video for Munroe’s new song features Munroe performing her new song while an animated steam engine pulls a caboose.  A trio of children also joins in, adding their own touch to the work.

The song itself a simple tune, that features Munroe singing as she provides the song’s melody on a ukulele.  The song’s lyrical content is just as simple. It is about a little red caboose.

National Train Day was started in 2008 by railroad company Amtrak.  The purpose of the holiday is to spread information about the history of of trains and railway travel in America.  It is held annually on the Saturday closest to May 10, the anniversary of the day the golden spike was driven in the Transcontinental Railroad in Promontory Utah.

More information on Lindsay Munroe’s new album is available online along with all of her latest news at:

 

Website: http://www.lindsaymunroemusic.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/singalongz

 

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