Frequently Asked Questions about From Page To Play and Tim Seston

What is the best way to find recordings for your stories and songs?

In 2013 I released 16 stories for the album "Wake the Imagination"  
In 2014 I released 16 songs for the album "Here to Play"
In 2016 I recorded the single "Bring Someone Else Along" which was released in the
        compilation album "Singing Through the Storm" produced by John Cullimore
In 2017 I wrote the original musical "Once in a Lifetime" for Camp Pok-O-MacCready
In 2018 I released 15 songs for the album "On a Roll"
In 2018 I wrote the original musical "The Rock" for Camp Pok-O-MacCready
In the fall of 2018 I will release both "Once in a Lifetime" and "The Rock" on one CD

I have dabbled in making videos which can be found on Facebook and YouTube

In the future I will record and release
"Discovery in Rhyme"
"Animal Adventure"
"Good to Be Four"
"Playing Together"

Find me at
Tim Seston on CD Baby or click on Contact and send me a message.

What was your first story?

Chilly Little Charlie was the first story I wrote and also the first story to be uploaded on
the new site.  Now it is the first story on my first CD:  Wake the Imagination.  As I
continue to update my website, I will add more about the story behind each story.  

Where do your stories come from?

All of my stories are inspired by young children, the toys they play with, the people they
know, the places they visit and most importantly the imaginations they have.  My
favorite stories to write are based around a few facts I know about a child.  Once I have
the overall framework, I start making things up.  Sometimes the story leads me to the
rhyme and sometimes the rhyme leads me to the story.  I love the creative process.

Where do you perform?

During the school year, I perform primarily at schools, libraries and private homes near
our apartment at Concord Academy in Concord, MA.   I am the music teacher at  
Milldam Nursery School.  I travel to perform at storytelling festivals and other events.

What instruments do you play?

Most of the time I perform a capella or with an acoustic guitar.  In the process of
recording I have made contact with a full team of talented musicians ready to
accompany my show for gigs in need of a bigger sound.

What are your future plans?

I continue to write songs and stories while teaching a few hours each week.  I enjoy
playing locally and look forward to taking my show on the road.

How can I get a copy of your CDs?

You can purchase them from me at any of my shows or click on this link:
Digital Download at CD Baby.

How can you be contacted?

I would be happy to hear your questions, comments and suggestions.   
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