National Kazoo Day!!!

national kazoo day

Something fun and happy for you today!!! Can you play the Kazoo? If I can – you can!!! Grab a Kazoo and hum you way to happiness!! 

National Kazoo Day - January 28

NATIONAL KAZOO DAY

January 28 is National Kazoo Day, an unofficial holiday recognizing more than a century and a half of kazoo music in the United States.

Fun Kazoo Facts:

  • Alabama Vest, of Macon Georgia made the first Kazoo in the 1840′s.
  • Commercial production of the Kazoo began in 1912.
  • There is a production factory museum in Eden, NY.
  • Carol Burnett’s character, Miss Hannigan, played the kazoo in the movie version of “Annie”.

Kazoos are easy to play.  Simply hum a tune into the kazoo, and you are now a kazoo expert.  Let’s all make some noise!!

HOW TO OBSERVE

Play a kazoo and use #NationalKazooDay to post on social media.

HISTORY

Founded in 1983 by Chaplin Willard Rahn of the Joyful Noise Kazoo Band, National Kazoo Day was created to celebrate the humble kazoo and all the infectious joy it brings to people of all ages.

I stopped by The Kitties Blue this morning and had fun at Lily Olivia’s Birthday Party!! I made sure I picked up a party favor!!!

thanks

It’s so cute, I’m giving it to BobbieSue!!  See you tomorrow!! Purrs, Toby 

aunt uncle

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8 thoughts on “National Kazoo Day!!!

  1. Mauricio is in a Kazoo Band at Cat Scouts. If we knew today was kazoo Day, we would have posted his picture playing. But our Friday post is a thank you from Lily Olivia, which includes her card from Toby. She’s so happy he had a good time at her party. Sending purrs and prayers for your aunt and uncle. XOCK Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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