Musicians stream concerts for snowed-in kids

Two local musicians are streaming their live shows directly into homes so that parents can keep their kids entertained when they're stuck indoors.  Jay Pharr and Ray Bryant typically teach music classes

News 12 Staff

Feb 26, 2016, 2:47 AM

Updated 3,068 days ago

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Two local musicians are streaming their live shows directly into homes so that parents can keep their kids entertained when they're stuck indoors.
 Jay Pharr and Ray Bryant typically teach music classes and perform live shows, but their online concerts are their latest way to bring music to kids.
The dads first put their talents and technology to work to help other parents trapped inside trying to entertain rambunctious kids on a cold winter day.
"The first time I did a concert, it was a total blizzard last year," says Ray. "My kids were totally bouncing around."
Jay and Ray usually hold their online concerts on snow days, but they're considering expanding that.
"You can just hop on and enjoy it and then go about the day," one satisfied mother tells News 12 Connecticut. "It's awesome."


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