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The Flying Pirate Circus

THE FLYING PIRATE CIRCUS was considered for a 2017 Best Children’s Album GRAMMY™!

Featured tracks:

“Shark in the Dark” is the monster hit on this this album – a song requested by kids and adults alike.
“Eight Pieces of Eight” has more than eight references to the number itself, with a bit of math added in.
“Without the R” shows what happens to some words when they lose the letter R.
“Oona Uni-hook” is about a pirate unicorn that realizes it is OK to be different.

Rockin’ Ron’s Message in Bottle

Winter 2018/19

Ahoy me Hearties! I’m getting ready for another Winter Season at Smugglers’ Notch Resort. Beginning on December 7th I’ll be performing table-side on Friday mornings and Monday evenings (except Xmas Eve and New Year’s Eve) at the Morse Mountain Grille and on Saturdays at the Village Pizzeria (for more details click here).  I’m also recording my fourth (as yet untitled) album at West Street Digital with Andre Maquera.

The Flying Pirate Circus

Children’s Book

Written by RRR Carter / Illustrated by Nat Reed

SET SAIL ON A MAGICAL VOYAGE WITH MARVELOUS CREATURES AND A MERRY CREW. The book has two parts. The first is about a circus on a pirate ship. After the curtain call, the second consists of lyrics from various songs and has drawings to accompany them.

FIND THE BOOK at one of these premium retailers SMUGGLERS’ NOTCH RESORT (3 Moutain Outfitters, Treasures, the Country Store) Jeffersonville VT
Or at one of these fine Independent Stores: PHOENIX Books /Burlington & Essex VT, FLYING PIG Books /Shelburne VT,  NEXT CHAPTER Books /Barre VT,  EBENEEZER Books /Johnson VT,  TEMPEST Books /Waitsfield VT, and PEANUT & MOUSE /Waitsfield VT.


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Rockin’ Ron The Friendly Pirate
P.O. Box 223
Jeffersonville, Vt 05464

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Rockin’ Ron The Friendly Pirate
P.O. Box 223
Jeffersonville, Vt 05464

With my songs (most of them original), I encourage audience participation. This includes singing, cheering, body motions, and guessing games. Related historical and cultural subjects often come up. Schools, Libraries, and Festivals are my best venues. My strongest demographic is 3 – 7 year old girls and boys, but I also appeal to their older siblings, parents, and grandparents. I gear each performance to the composition of the audience. I pepper my patter with jokes for adults as well as kids. In fact, Seven Days (Vermont’s Arts & Entertainment Weekly) compared my approach to that of Shrek and Toy Story.

I sing to my own guitar accompaniment and to tracks from my stylistically diverse albums Give Me an RRR, Pirate PaRRRty, and The Flying Pirate Circus. I need access to electrical power and an area designated for the performance. I bring a speaker(s), a microphone, stands, a guitar, a banner, and pirate props (as space allows).  My average show is 45 minutes long – that length can be modified. I have coloring pages and other promotional materials. Me rates RRR reasonable.

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