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Nick Rosaci is a local Orlando musician who performs in various groups around town. He also works as a sub at Walt Disney World. At this point you’re probably thinking, I’d love to have his job. Turns out he has … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Disney’s Robin Hood movie. Not only does it have two characters sharing my name (Little John / Prince John), but it came out in 1973, so it was probably the first animated film I saw … Continue reading
Another great interview from Blooloop this week. Chad Emerson visits with Tim Hill, the Director of Special Programs for Disney Destinations, LLC. Tim shares some innovative youth programs at Disney as well as an exciting anniversary for Magic Music Days. … Continue reading
Anika Noni Rose, Princess Tiana, takes us on a very special journey through the music from The Princess and the Frog. The soundtrack hits stores November 24th or pre-order it now from Amazon. Save over 25% if you pre-order. Also … Continue reading