Creative Child Magazine Honors Sandman Records

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Sandman Records two lullaby CDs win "Seal of Excellence AwardsÂ?

Sandman Records of Franklin, TN, has announced that Creative Child Magazine, a magazine focused on nurturing creativity in children, has awarded "Seal of Excellence Awards" to both of Sandman’s "Dream With Me Tonight" lullaby CDs.

This marks the 7th children’s music award for "Dream With Me Tonight – Lullabies For All Ages" and the 6th award for "Dream With Me Tonight, Vol. 2 – A Father’s Lullabies". The CDs feature, respectively, former Asylum Records artist, Melodie Crittenden and former Mercury Records artist, Gene Miller, who was highlighted in "The Lion King II".

Creative Child Magazine is a bi-monthly publication based in southern California that provides parents with the latest information on how to nurture their child's creativity.

The "Dream With Me Tonight" lullaby series has been a hit with parents and grandparents as well as with infants and young children. Sandman Records President, Lanny Sherwin, says “There are so many children’s CDs out there, it’s hard for Moms and Dads to choose between the good, bad, and ugly. Our whole philosophy is to not drive parents crazy. As a relatively new Dad, I know how important that is! Our label’s mission is to entertain and educate children in a healthy, positive, and heartfelt way.”

A portion of Sandman Records’ proceeds benefits such non-profit organizations as the Spina Bifida Assn of America, Fertile Hope (a partner of the Lance Armstrong Foundation), meningitis research at Vanderbilt University, and the TN Head Start Assn.

"Dream With Me Tonight" CDs are available at Borders Books, children’s stores, and online at http://www.Amazon.com and http://www.DreamWithMeTonight.com. The CDs are distributed by Rounder Kids and by Yell Records, a Compendia Music Group label distributed in the U.S. and Canada by KOCH Entertainment. The CDs retail for $12.98.

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