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“Best Latin Kid’s Music”

“Peaceful bilingual music for children and families.”

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“In Our World There Are No Strangers” Album Review

“Highly recommended, especially for public library and personal bilingual children's music collections”

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“En Nuestro Mundo No Hay Extranjeros” Album Review

“Evan and Vanessa create their own highly refined, one-of-a-kind sound, combining with it a philosophy rooted in the idea that international harmony can be enhanced by teaching children empathy, respect, and understanding through songs and stories of other cultures

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“Shining a cross cultural light on Our World…”

“Vanessa’s beautiful voice, her extensive training in Montessori education methods, and the fact that, not only is she a native Spanish speaker, but her experiences as a child in Ecuador have given her a “hands on” feel for an intrinsically Hispanic way of seeing the world.”

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“Sun Sun Sun” EP Review

“Sun Sun Sun’ is a song that could please anyone of any age, employing easy-on-the-ears, Beatles-esque melodies and a peaceful strum, complemented with lyrics that develop a larger meaning behind a seemingly simple idea.”

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“In Our World There Are No Strangers” Album Review

In Our World There Are No Strangers/En Nuestro Mundo No Hay Extranjeros is, in its entirety, performed in both English and Spanish, with numerous multicultural references and instrumental sounds threaded through each song in intriguing ways.”

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“En Nuestro Mundo No Hay Extranjeros” Album Review

“Album highlights include the gently lilting “Sun Sun Sun” (“Sol Sol Sol” in the Spanish version), a perfect vehicle for the lovely folk music accents of Vanessa’s voice. Almost hypnotic in its beauty, this song serves as the soundtrack for a not-to-be-missed Evan and Vanessa music video.”