Videos

New World in Sight

Spark a fresh light and roll on into the future with Ben Rudnick and Friends latest release.

Release date is set for Friday, October 26.

Shine Upon Everyone

Shine Upon Everyone invites everyone to celebrate our planet together. Dancing shoes are not optional!

Available for download at BandCamp, iTunes, CDBABY and Amazon.

Little Bitty Critter

Little Bitty Critter tells the tale of a bold house mouse whose love of cheese causes Ben to “flip his lid” and Ben’s fat cat to “rock and roll.” A little rockabilly, a little Man in Black, Little Bitty Critter will get the whole family singing and rocking time and again.

Available for download at BandCamp, iTunes, CDBABY and Amazon.

The Adventure Song

A Frog named Sam

Love is a Superpower

I Got a New Friend

A Little History


Part One

Part One of the Slideshow premiering on Oct. 24, 2010, at the BR&F Tenth Anniversary Show.

Part Two

Part Two of the Slideshow premiering on Oct. 24, 2010, at the BR&F Tenth Anniversary Show.


Live Performances


Coney Island Crazy

Crazy? No. Coney Island Crazy! A rockin' and rollin' ode to the first amusement park in these United States.
August 7, 2015
Lexington Commons, Lexington, Massachusetts
Video by Santo Wiryaman

Erie Canal and Walk of Life

A rich rendition of a traditional American heritage song.
August 7, 2015
Lexington Commons, Lexington, Massachusetts
Video by Santo Wiryaman

Let Us Get Together Right Down Here

Written by Reverend Gary Davis and inspired by Jorma Kaukonen's version, this song is roots American music at its core.
August 7, 2015
Lexington Commons, Lexington, Massachusetts
Video by Santo Wiryaman

A Frog Named Sam

With over 75,000 views on YouTube, the animated music video has made this song one our best known. Here is a live performance of this wonderfully unique and catchy song.
Recorded live in Lexington, MA on August 8, 2014
Video by Santo Wiryaman

Prime Time

Swingin' jazzy original written by the band's mandolin player, John Zevos. Super groovy tune with a fantastic guitar performance by Ben backed by a smokin' solid bassline by John's son, Chris Zevos.
Lexington, Massachusetts on August 8, 2014
Video by Santo Wiryaman

Why'd the Chicken Cross the Road?

Family music band, Ben Rudnick and Friends tackle the big, epic question, "why'd the chicken cross the road?"
Lexington, Massachusetts on August 8, 2014
Video by Santo Wiryaman

Everything is Alright

Everything is Alright was recorded by Ben Rudnick and Friends with several special guests including nationally recognized Boston area Kindie musicians Alastair Moock, Karen K. (Karen K and the Jitterbugs), Liz Buchanan, Stacey Peasley (Stacey Peasley Band) and Vanessa Trien (Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys.)

 

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