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It's 60's Day is a Season 4 episode from Kids World's Adventures of The Kidsongs Television Show which was aired on YouTube.

Plot Edit

The Kidsongs Kids and Kids World's Adventures Team gear up for 60's day by decorating the set with lava lamps and other “groovy” props, dressing in retro garb and learning about the psychedelic decade. Tiffany and Sergio kick the celebration off by introducing dance crazes from the 60's with music videos. Lana and Troy explain to Billy Biggle where rock and roll came from, and Asa and Megan teach him about civil rights. In the Question Time segment, Mimi interviews with Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits who describes the 60's from a first-hand point of view and leads a sing-along of "I'm Henry VIII I Am".

Songs Edit

  • "Twist and Shout" (I Can Dance) (crossover)
  • "Loco Motion" (I Can Bop with the Biggles) (crossover)
  • "At the Hop" (I Can Dance) (crossover)
  • "Dancing in the Street" (I Can Dance) (crossover)
  • "I Get Around" (Let's Play Ball) (crossover)
  • "Mashed Potato Time" (I Can Dance) (crossover)
  • "Peppermint Twist" (I Can Bop with the Biggles) (crossover) (sung by Ruby & Billy Biggle, the hosts, Kids World's Adventures Team and the crew)
  • "Livin' in the U.S.A." (Home on the Range) (crossover)

Gallery Edit

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