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Sleepy Train, We Love the Animals, Aesop's Fables and A Kid's EyeView of the Environment won the iParenting Media Award for Best Children's

Audio.

The compelling song Gorilla Walk from the We Love the Animals cassette was 18 weeks on the Radio Aahs National Children's Top 20.

The NBC special hosted by Michael called A Kid's Eye View of the Environment including all Michael's songs won a regional EMMY AWARD.

The PBS (KCET Los Angeles) special, hosted by Michael using his up-beat and thoughtful songs, won The New York Film Festival Award in the Best

Children's Educational category.

Michael speaks to elementary school children about environmental involvement - his Making a World of Difference Tours have taken him around the

country sponsored by corporations like the Honeywell Foundation.

Sleepy Train won the Parent's Choice Gold Award.

He has been the In-Flight Children's Entertainment host for Delta & US Air. The song, The Air, was featured on United Airlines as an instrumental

from Windham Hill.

The United Nations invited Michael to speak before a children's delegation in the General Assembly with other key-note speakers Richie Havens and

Mariel Hemingway.

Michael's songs have been recorded by Marilyn McCoo, John Denver, Shari Lewis and Glenn Yarbrough.

Michael has done voice overs for cartoons, commercials and audio books. He was the voice of ABC's Turbo Teen and Timothy on Dragon's Lair.

Michael’s published musicals include Teensomething (Growin’) and The Magic Stone.

Michael also produces corporate videos, personal biographies and short films.

Also a SCUBA instructor, he makes underwater videos and instructional SCUBA videos.

Michael is an environmental activist.

He is a book narrator for companies like audible.com.

Michael still plays piano and sings at live music club dates.

He is a presenter of workshops on grief, and finding innocence

Michael is a non-fiction writer

Fostering:

more about michael

Sleepy Train, We Love the Animals, Aesop's Fables and A Kid's

EyeView of the Environment won the iParenting Media Award for Best

Children's

Audio.

The compelling song Gorilla Walk from the We Love the Animals

cassette was 18 weeks on the Radio Aahs National Children's Top 20.

The NBC special hosted by Michael called A Kid's Eye View of the

Environment including all Michael's songs won a regional EMMY

AWARD.

The PBS (KCET Los Angeles) special, hosted by Michael using his

up-beat and thoughtful songs, won The New York Film Festival Award

in the Best

Children's Educational category.

Michael speaks to elementary school children about

environmental involvement - his Making a World of Difference Tours

have taken him around the

country sponsored by corporations

like the Honeywell Foundation.

Sleepy Train won the Parent's Choice Gold Award.

He has been the In-Flight Children's Entertainment host for Delta

& US Air. The song, The Air, was featured on United Airlines as an

instrumental

from Windham Hill.

The United Nations invited Michael to speak before a children's

delegation in the General Assembly with other key-note speakers Richie

Havens and

Mariel Hemingway.

Michael's songs have been recorded by Marilyn McCoo, John

Denver, Shari Lewis and Glenn Yarbrough.

Michael has done voice overs for cartoons, commercials and

audio books. He was the voice of ABC's Turbo Teen and Timothy on

Dragon's Lair.

Michael’s published musicals include Teensomething (Growin’)

and The Magic Stone.

Michael also produces corporate videos, personal biographies and

short films.

Also a SCUBA instructor, he makes underwater videos and

instructional SCUBA videos.

Michael is an environmental activist.

He is a book narrator for companies like audible.com.

Michael still plays piano and sings at live music club dates.

He is a presenter of workshops on grief, and finding innocence

Michael is a non-fiction writer

Fostering Sustainability

Planetary Stewardship

A healthy self-image

through music & stories