Check Out Facebook Live Tonight For Kingdom Classics By Peter Alden

If you’re like me and going a little stir crazy while sheltering in place and missing Disney, please join us tonight for a Facebook Live preview party of Kingdom Classics by Peter Alden – a CD that combines not only favorite Disney tunes, but classic 1950’s – 1960’s style music.

Peter Alden As ElvisIf you’re not familiar with Peter’s work, he is a talented singer that has showcased classic golden age music across the country and around the world. Many nights, you can catch him performing as one of the most highly respected Elvis tribute artists in central Florida.

So what’s Peter’s connection with Disney? And why did he choose Disney songs for his CD? Well, not only did he grow up in Florida, he was a frequent visitor to Walt Disney World, and once he was old enough, he landed a job working at several park attractions including as a hilarious Jungle Cruise Skipper!

Peter says, “Lately I have found myself wondering what some of the Disney classic songs I loved as a child, as well as some of the new songs, might sound like in a more retro rock & roll sound.”

Well, how they sound is fabulous! I love the new twist that Peter has incorporated into each of the songs to make them uniquely his own. My favorite has to be his version of “The Bare Necessities”.

Kingdom ClassicsHere’s the complete song list for you:

  • Pinocchio’s Boogie
  • The Bare Necessities
  • Kiss The Girl
  • Let’s Get Together
  • Cruella De Ville
  • I Just Can’t Wait To Be King
  • Rock Around The Mouse
  • A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
  • Hakuna Matata
  • When You Wish Upon A Star

So if you would like to enjoy a free preview tonight and get the Disney fix you’ve been missing, please join my group Disney World Enthusiast by clicking here and join us for the Facebook Live tonight, Thursday March 26, 2020 at 9pm Eastern, 8pm Central, 7pm Mountain, 6pm Pacific.

If you love what you hear and want to purchase the full digital version of Kingdom Classics for just $10 or the CD for only $15 plus $5 for shipping, please click here. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

A special thank you to Krista Joy of DisneyWays.com, and of course, Peter Alden of Peter Alden Entertainment for allowing me the opportunity to host the Facebook Live Kingdom Classics Preview Party! To keep up with Peter, you can find and follow him across social media on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram!

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You’ve Got To Hear This New CD – Kingdom Classics By Peter Alden

Kingdom Classics

Anyone else watch Grease Live a couple of weeks ago? Well, when I heard that it was coming on, I immediately set my DVR. Something about that show, especially the music, I just absolutely love! So when I was asked if I would be interested in reviewing a new CD that combines not only favorite Disney tunes, but classic 1950’s – 1960’s style music like Grease, I of course, jumped at the chance.

Peter Alden As ElvisA few days later my package arrived in the mail. I eagerly opened it to find just what I’d been waiting for – Kingdom Classics by Peter Alden. If you’re not familiar with Peter’s work, he is a talented singer that has showcased classic golden age music across the country and around the world. Many nights, you can catch him performing as one of the most highly respected Elvis tribute artists in central Florida. If you’d like to see him in action during your next trip to Disney World, you can check out his current schedule of events by clicking here.

So what’s Peter’s connection with Disney? And why did he choose Disney songs for his CD? Well, not only did he grow up in Florida, he was a frequent visitor to Walt Disney World, and once he was old enough, he landed a job working at several park attractions including as a hilarious Jungle Cruise Skipper!

Peter says, “Lately I have found myself wondering what some of the Disney classic songs I loved as a child, as well as some of the new songs, might sound like in a more retro rock & roll sound.”

Well, how they sound is fabulous! I love the new twist that Peter has incorporated into each of the songs to make them uniquely his own. My favorite has to be his version of “The Bare Necessities”. In fact, I now have it set as my wake up song on my CD player alarm clock. And because of Peter’s terrific tune, I no longer want to chuck it out the window when it goes off!

Here’s the complete song list for you:

  • Pinocchio’s Boogie
  • The Bare Necessities
  • Kiss The Girl
  • Let’s Get Together
  • Cruella De Ville
  • I Just Can’t Wait To Be King
  • Rock Around The Mouse
  • A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes
  • Hakuna Matata
  • When You Wish Upon A Star

And a sample:

To purchase the full digital version of Kingdom Classics for just $10, please click here. If you’d rather have the CD for only $15 plus $5 for shipping, you can purchase a copy by clicking here. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

A special thank you to Krista Joy of DisneyWays.com, and of course, Peter Alden of Peter Alden Entertainment for allowing me the opportunity to review Kingdom Classics! To keep up with Peter, you can find and follow him across social media on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram!

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, however I did receive a free copy of Kingdom Classics for my review. All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.

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Missing Disney

Magic Kingdom Halloween

Two weeks ago today I was so excited. I was busily packing for a long anticipated Disney World vacation. My two boys were off for Fall Break and the next day we would be heading for a week-long trip to Walt Disney World! Now just two short weeks later our wonderful vacation has come and gone and my kiddos are right back at school working away as I sit here home alone missing them and missing Disney. Does anyone else ever feel this way when returning from a Disney World vacation? I always find Fall Break the hardest vacation to return from. Since my boys are school-age now, our trips are limited to the traditional Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter breaks. We never really travel during winter break, because of the holidays and our unpredictable Colorado weather. When we return from spring break, I know that our weather will be improving in a couple of months and my boys will soon be out of school for the summer. When we return from a summer vacation, we still have lots of beautiful days and fun times planned. But when we return from fall break, a long, cold, snowy winter and several months of school still loom large ahead of us. So what is a person to do to get themselves out of the “Disney Blues?” Well, here’s what I am going to try:

  • Listen To Disney Music – I have my favorite Disney CD called Four Parks One World in my CD player right now. I also like to listen to MouseWorldRadio.com while I’m writing. Both have music from the parks that make me feel like I’m right back there!Four Parks
  • Watch Disney Movies – There’s nothing like watching a funny movie to lift your spirits! This weekend, it’s time for a Disney movie night. I’m thinking a little Monsters University will be perfect!Monsters University
  • Look At Photos – Since we returned a few days ago, I’ve been spending a little time each day looking through the hundreds (sorry, boys!) of photos that I took during our trip. It is so much fun remembering all of the great times that we had during our trip.Hollywood Studios Snowman
  • Make A Disney Treat – Also on the plans for this weekend is making some Disney cupcakes. A sweet treat like Mickey Mouse or Frozen cupcakes is sure to brighten our day!
  • Plan Another Trip – Getting my mind off the trip that is over and on to planning the next one is always very helpful to me! I’m starting to review menus and think about where to make dining reservations and which parks we will want to visit each day. Not to mention, the countdown for the next trip is already on the refrigerator and my phone!

Do you have any great ways to beat the “Disney Blues?” Please leave a comment!