Library & Pre-school shows!
Ralph has always enjoyed performing in smaller, more intimate spaces as well as his full band Ralph's World concerts. In the early days of his kids music he literally played nearly 500 shows at Borders Book stores around the country, and he has performed many concerts in schools, libraries, and museums, as well as hundreds of private birthday parties. As many of these concerts are not publicly ticketed, they often do not appear on his published performance schedule, but booking him for such an appearance is simple. This winter, Ralph is planning on releasing a CD of songs featured in his many children's books, and so is planning on expanding his presence in libraries to help emphasize his passion for books and reading. We hope to see you soon at a library or concert near you!
What the librarians are saying!
In August 2017 the La Crosse Public Library, in collaborations with PBS, hired Ralph Covert to perform at our Get Up and Go! Day. Ralph's high energy show was enjoyed by all and we would invite him back in a heartbeat.
Ralph arrived well in advance of his performance, was patient and forgiving during multiple set-up hiccups, and kept a smile on his face the entire time. Ralph engaged a group of 800 patrons as they visited with their favorite PBS characters, while having a dance party. A wide range of ages, from babies to grandparents, were present and loved engaging in Ralph's fun and silly songs. Every one of his CDs are currently checked out from our library!
Ralph's talent and personality make him a first choice performer. We look forward to having him back in the future, and would highly recommend him for other libraries.
La Crosse Public Library
On behalf of the Rolling Meadows Library, I would like to warmly thank you for your wonderful program last night. Such fun and the rapport with which you engaged the audience, you made us all smile, participate, and appreciate children's music at its best. Everyone went home happy...
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!!! (I'm still smiling this morning)
Rolling Meadows Library