"Thank you so much for the great shows last Saturday. I'm still floating about how many people attended. Can't remember when that has ever happened on a Saturday in February!"
- Sarah McCarville, Youth Services Coordinator, Grand Rapids Public Library

"James Coffey combines music and learning in a way that is magical for kids of all ages. While they romp and stomp the audience is also engaged in learning lessons about history, animals and the world around them. This program is age-appropriate and delightful with tons of kid appeal. This is a perfect program if you want your kids to be up and dancing, rollicking and having a truly memorable music experience!"
- Elizabeth McChesney, Director, Chicago Public Library

"Jim's music was perfect for us! The kids and parents danced and had a great time! It was one of the best performances we’ve had. Our members call and ask when he'll perform again!"
- Tiffany Garner, Events Associate, Detroit Zoo

“Like the best music of our time...
transcends gender, genre and generations.”
- Pulse Magazine - Tower Records

“...The songs fire your child's imagination...”
- Sesame Street Parent Magazine

“ can’t help but want to get on board for this musical trip.”
- Chicago Tribune

“Coffey’s assured and enthusiastic singing makes this an enjoyable, upbeat outing.”
- Publisher's Weekly

“We attended your concert at Flint Youth Theatre. Thank you for a wonderful afternoon for my daughters. You truly have a gift, and I am thrilled that you are following your "calling". The positive impact you have on children is tremendous and needed in this day and age.”
- Bridget Brown, Parent

“I saw your concert at the Indiana Association of Educators of Young Children. You were fantastic! My preschool kids love your music.”
- Tonya Blackgrove, Pre-school Teacher

“ I truly enjoyed listening…”
- Madeleine L'Engle, Author

“Our son is a huge fan of your music. As a mom who has to listen to the same children’s songs over and over, it is a thrill to find music that my son and I can both enjoy!”
- Sheila Morris, Parent