What People Say

What People Are Saying

“Toe-tapping, hand-clapping, sing-alongable…spectacular songs.
These songs feed your brain, warm your heart, inspire and educate at the same time.”
– Billy Jonas (award-winning performer/ songwriter/ recording-artist)


 

“Singable songs about important things.”
– Bill Harley (award-winning storyteller/ songwriter/ recording-artist)


 

“How wonderful to hear family music that combines great songs, great ideas,and great musicianship.”
– John McCutcheon (Grammy-nominated children’s/folk musician)


 

“Solid musicianship and decidedly upbeat energy will have listeners proclaiming this husband-and-wife team as a one-of-a-kind find.”
– Publishers’ Weekly


 

“This husband/wife duo have been making family oriented and kid-friendly music together for almost two decades, and their experience shows.”
– CD Baby


 

“The Heitler-Klevans music is family-style wonderful fun.”
– Sing Out! Magazine


 

“The ghost of Harry Chapin is alive, well and has taken over ‘Two of a Kind’ …and that’s not a bad thing.”
– Parents’ Choice Awards review


 

“David and Jenny Heitler-Klevans, known by thousands of children as Two Of A Kind, have been a fixture in children’s music for decades and they are as sharp and avid as ever.”
– Mike Miller, Review in Tune Up, Philadelphia Folksong Society


 

“Two of a Kind themes are of learning and loving, caring for all creatures and the world we live in, and striving for peace and friendship among people. Kids and movement and music – Two of a Kind turn the combination into a symphony.”
– Kristina Cliff-Evans, Correspondent, Ticket (Montgomery County, PA)


 

“Two of a Kind combines fun with safety, and combine musical variety with meaningful messages.”
-Kathy O’Connell, in a review in MetroKids


 

“David and Jenny’s songs are funny, melodious, and encompass a rainbow of style genres from folk to rock to blues to calypso to reggae to funk to rap.”
– Christopher Potter, News Arts Writer, Ann Arbor News (Ann Arbor, MI)


 

“Above all, they love kids and music and bringing the two together.”
– Patricia O’Brien, Courier-Post (NJ)

 

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