Rolie Polie Guacamole workin' it on children's music scene

Posted on 07. Dec, 2009 by in Arts and Culture, Barbara Raab, Beats, Classes

Frank Gallo, 23 and Andrew Tuzhilin, 24 spend almost every day together, they aren’t brothers, although people ask them almost every day. These two friends from northern New Jersey spend their time entertaining children and parents across New York as Rolie Polie Guacamole.

They appear at schools, libraries, private parties and music festival to perform songs such as “Time for Hummus,” “The Museum of Natural History,” and “Always Brush Your Teeth.” 

“Alot of people come up to us and say ‘you know, I just can’t get your stupid song out of my head.’ But they’re not that upset. At least it’s not Raffi,” says Gallo.

Click on the audio slideshow below to see their story, as well as how they got their unusual name.

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One Response to “Rolie Polie Guacamole workin' it on children's music scene”

  1. emlak

    05. Oct, 2010

    ohh good

    “Alot of people come up to us and say ‘you know, I just can’t get your stupid song out of my head.’ But they’re not that upset. At least it’s not Raffi,” says Gallo.