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Following a GRAMMY win and two GRAMMY nominations for “Best Children’s Album,” the songwriting and producing team of Tim Kubart, Matt Puckett, and Dominic Fallacaro have expanded their scope beyond the band and album paradigm into making meaningful music for all kinds of kids media.

Below is a collection of songs and videos, some from clients, and some from their independently produced work. Let’s make stuff!

Contact: tim@timkubart.com

Growing Together

NBC // Sprout

Produced for the 2017 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC, featuring Tim as a performer

Breakfast Club

Tim Kubart feat. Carly Ciarrocchi

From the 2016 GRAMMY award winning album “HOME.” Reached #1 on SiriusXM Kids Place Live.

Ready For You

Tim Kubart

From the 2019 GRAMMY Nominated Album
”Building Blocks”

A Good Friend

Tim Kubart with Sara Niemitz and chamber orchestra “Little Kruta”

Showcases Bfast’s composition for classical instruments.

Registers an instant and electric connection to kids and families.
— Billboard

Block Party

Tim Kubart and Genevieve Goings

From the 2019 GRAMMY nominated album “Building Blocks.” Reached #1 on SiriusXM Kids Place Live.

We Can All Be Friends

Sesame Street // HBO

From “Meet Julia” the introduction of Julia, the first muppet with autism

It’s Going Up!

Tim Kubart with Steve Burns from Blue’s Clues

From the 2019 GRAMMY nominated album “Building Blocks”

Oopsie-Do!

HarperCollins Publishers

Written and produced to market Tim’s debut picture book, “Oopsie-Do!”

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Thank You Cloud

Sesame Street // HBO

Featuring pop star Ellie Goulding

The Planets Song

NBCUniversal // Sprout

From the EMMY nominated show “Sunny Side Up,” featuring Tim as performer.

Butterfly, Flutter By

PBS

From the TV show “Nature Cat”

The Snail Song

NBCUniversal // Universal Kids

From the EMMY nominated “Sprout House,” featuring Tim as performer

Almost unfairly good at writing pop hooks and filling songs with pure joy. The energy is unending and inclusive, and has that direct line into kids’ brains that very few people can maintain.
— NPR contributor