Groundhog Day Show

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 will mark the Rock-A-Silly Band's fifth time playing at the Staten Island Zoo's Groundhog Day celebration.   The one and only Staten Island Chuck has an 80% accuracy rate, which means either he's a genius or big…

New Year's Eve Concert

So the Rock-A-Silly show at the Children's Museum New Year's Party brought home yet again how music and laughter and families illuminate us all. We sang Happy Birthday to a 2-year-old and to an 82-year-old, danced and clapped and sang…

More Rock-A-Silly Holiday Cheer

The RASB doesn't fool around when it comes to spreading the joy of the season, which is why we spent the weekend playing for families of immigrants and also played a big Christmas bash for folks with disabilities.   Talk about…

The RASB Rock Holiday Party for Families of Vets

It's a Rock-A-Silly tradition to bring merriment to families in need this time of year, and this year we were fortunate to play for the families of veterans at the "Staten Island Supports Our Veterans" Holiday Party on December 11…

104.3's Ken Dashow jamming with the Rock-A-Silly Band

You may know Ken Dashpw as a great 104.3 DJ and host of Breakfast With the Beatles, but did you know he's got a hidden skills as a conga player?   (Neither did we!)   Here he is rocking out on Yellow…

Spooktacular 2016

The Rock-A-Silly Band once agin brought lots of zany fun to The Staten Island Zoo's Spooktacular event.   Seven hours of playing over two night?   No problem at all!   Bring it on!   

Carl Schurz Park

If you've never been to Carl Schurz Park on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, do yourself a favor and go there: they've got great playgrounds, a dedicated group of park volunteers, some wonderful local families and a spectacular view…

West Fest 2016

The 2016 Westerleigh Folk Festival was beyond-fun, with perfect weather in a beautiful park and lovely families enjoying music, food and an all-around good time.  Glad we were part of it.

The Rock-A-Silly Dancers in Da House!

The world-renowned Rock-A-Silly Dancers brought the house dow at our recent show at Staten Island's Historic Richmond Town!  Let's just say that "Five Little Moneys" never sounded - or looked - so good!   Great job, little friends.