Ella Jenkins

Grammy award-winning legend, Ella Jenkins, enchants students at our school!

On Friday, January 27, 2012, The Innovative faculty welcomed the legendary Ella Jenkins to our school. Jenkins, the best-selling artist in the history of the Smithsonian Folkways label, shared the power of words through music and singing. She performed classics like "Did You Feed My Cow?," "Miss Mary Mack," and played with our students.

Students sang Jenkins' 1966 celebrated recording of "You'll Sing a Song and I'll Sing a Song", the same song that was placed in the National Recording Registry by The Library of Congress. At age 87, the "First Lady of Children's Music," still beautifully brought out everyone's inner child, leaving us with laughter and excitement.


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