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Birthday Shout-Out

Request a Birthday Shout-Out!

Do you have a kid with a birthday coming up? Let us know in advance and they might just get to hear their big day announced on the radio! 

Announcements can be made most weekdays either in the morning during The Absolutely Mindy Show (7-10 am ET); in the afternoon during The Animal Farm (3-5 pm & 8-10 pm ET *Fridays only 3-5 pm ET are available), or in the eveninig during Live from the Monkey House (Mon-Thu 5-8pm ET *ALL Friday submissions will be read each hour during the Saturday show from 10am - 2pm ET).

**Please note that this is a request and not a guarantee.  We do our best to announce as many birthdays as possible!

Your Shout-Out request has been received!

Listen to Kid's Place Live for your Birthday Shout-Out. If you'd like to make another Shout-Out request, click here.




  • NOTE - Kids Place Live has changed its programming line-up effective Feb. 18th, 2014.
    Please refer to the top of the page for new show times.
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  • MindyFor Mindy, the Absolutely Mindy Show is just an excuse to prolong her own childhood, which she spent sitting in her closet playing radio. She had the number one radio station in the whole house, and this gave her confidence to try it after college. When she's not busy talking into her hairbrush microphone, she can be found playing in the great outdoors, teaching her cat how to smile, trying to learn the banjo, paying parking tickets, or dancing like a hillbilly. Her mom wants her to invest in a "nice pair of black pants" as a sign of sophistication, but Mindy knows better.

  • Jack FormanJack Forman is a member of Seattle’s Recess Monkey, the band of longtime elementary teachers who have self-released eight LPs for kids and families. The band has earned national acclaim for pitch-perfect understanding of childhood, and their seamless appeal to every member of the family. He’s been a regular contributor to SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live for four years, most recently producing a series of music education specials called Recess Monkey’s TUNEiversity. Though no longer in the classroom, Jack continues to work tirelessly in the field of education. He has served on non-profit boards, has spoken on several music and education panels about music’s impact on kids, and is a champion of the kind of high quality “kindie” music being made right this minute across the country. He and his wife have a toddler, two chickens and a cat, though only one has his own room.

  • Kenny CurtisHere is a funny thing about Kenny Curtis. He was the last person to see what everyone around him knew all along: He was born to do children's broadcasting. In college, when he was looking for sane, respectable work, his roommate sent him to audition for the clown/co-host role on a children's TV show. "You'll be perfect for this," he said, and Kenny got the job. As an undergraduate with serious acting aspirations, Kenny landed a role in a movie for adults called Cry-Baby. Coincidence? We don't think so. As he pursued his career in children's programming in both radio and television, Kenny discovered that not growing up could be a valuable asset on the job. It may explain why today, as a father of five, he still has an uncanny knack for finding the way to children's hearts and minds. Hear his vision of kids' radio come alive on Kids Place Live.