Thao Nguyen Announces ‘Thao TV For Kids’ Live Stream

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Thao & the Get Down Stay Down frontwoman Thao Nguyen will entertain children with her Thao TV For Kids live stream. The broadcast will start today, Wednesday, March 18 at 12:30 p.m. PT through Instagram.

Read a statement from Nguyen about what to expect:

Spontaneously announcing… THAO TV FOR KIDS!!!

Thao has a lot of friends/ family with kids out of school right now and it doesn’t sound totally awesome all the time. Thao’s brand new album ‘Temple’ is out May 15th but until then, like many of you, she is home and wants to be a community team player. She cannot just rehearse/ worry all day long. This Wednesday, March 18th, at 12:30 PM Thao (who has nephews and nieces and likes children) will try to entertain your children on a live stream Q and A, answering only questions submitted by your children or someone else’s.

Please submit a video/voice memo/note from incredibly cute child asking Thao any question of their choosing (within reason) to web@brilliantcorners.com. Thao promises to broadcast with care, humor and no swear words. If needed, she will only reference/share tour stories, industry gossip and prior hardship with the 3 to 13-year-old demographic in mind. She will also try to help with homework questions from home school curricula but definitely makes no guarantees.

A little bit more about Thao as an educational screen time provider: growing up, Thao loved Reading Rainbow, Mr. Rogers except for the puppets, Sesame Street. Ghost Writer, Carmen San Diego and she is doing this for free.

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Nguyen recently announced the upcoming release of Temple, the first Thao & The Get Down Stay Down album since 2016. Temple is due on May 15 via Ribbon Music. Thao & The Get Down Stay Down previewed the 10-track LP by sharing the video for the title track.

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