With all the challenges Arts for Learning has faced in the past year, there’s one very positive side effect—thanks to virtual programming, our roster has expanded to include vibrant and culturally diverse artists who live in other parts of the United States. We’re especially excited about Chicago-based artist Karim Nagi joining our team. Karim is […]
Family friendly indie rockers Einstein’s Monkey has been described as a blend of They Might Be Giants and Bare-Naked Ladies and more. The band’s 80’s era alt-rock and electronic influences show through with heavy, danceable beats and arpeggiated synths sweeping in and out of a typical set.
Never forgetting their roots as a band for any age, family friendly themes weave their way through upbeat, honest rock music. The band revels in the simple joys of life while not being afraid to point out the pains of being a kid or adult. A typical show is an upbeat, dancing, clapping, singing along as loud as you can sort of affair that offers a unique bonding experience for audiences of all ages.
In their more than 15 years together, the band has been seen at FloydFest, Festival in the Park, the Jefferson Center, the Lyric Theater, as well as music clubs, festivals, school auditoriums and public libraries.