Real People's Music, Tom Dahill and Laura Fuentes y Calicanto Cited for Family Programming in Campus Activities Programming
"Josh Dunson of Real People's Music(IL) encourages student programmers to ask agents about acts suitable for family programming. Dunson was one of the first in NACA to pursue family and children's programming. In fact, driven by the success of many of his artists in both the college and secondary school markets, he proposed that NACA create the Children's and Family Entertainment category. Two of his acts in particular, Tom Dahill, an Irish musician, and Laura Fuentes, a Latin American singer and musician, have created successful residencies on campuses nationwide featuring events including children."
Excerpted form "Fun for the Whole Family: Family Programming on Your College Campus" by Tracy A. Knofala. Campus Activities Programming, Back to School 2001 issue
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