Teachers teaching future teachers
Tory Christensen – Wiggle Like a Fish Review - 8/19/08
We welcomed "Wiggle Like a Fish" to the City of Everett’s children’s concert series in August. I had been looking forward to seeing Tory and Wiggles since I discovered them online and booked them early in spring. We were all delighted by Tory’s charming, encouraging, playful songs, and his good rapport with the kids. "Wiggle Like a Fish" is truly a family affair, and they are easy-going and neat people. Plus, "Wiggles" is the cutest fish-friend anyone could ask for. What a fun, heart-warming experience!
Cultural Arts Coordinator
City of Everett, Washington
Review in Washington State Magazine Summer 2008
Click here to read the complete review
Article in the Tri-City Herald March 24, 2008 Tri-Cities, Washington
Dance, Wiggle and Moo
"Wiggle Like a Fish" by Tory Christensen
Reviewed in Playdate Magazine DEC 07/JAN 08 Issue
"Richland father Tory Christensen's "Wiggle Like a Fish" is feel-good country folk that sends the grumpies packing and encourages kids to practice good manners - thankfully without shrill voices or annoying preaching. It's the kind of music you don't mind having stuck in your head, lending a wink of hope that the song's positive messages also might stick with your kids ..."
~ Sara Bristol
Tory Christensen on the cover of WSU Today
Alumnus Tory Christensen dons a Santa hat to play guitar and sing as part
November 4th, 2007
|Tumbleweed Music Festival News –|
Richland singer/songwriter Tory Christensen is a finalist in the 2007 Tumbleweed Festival
songwriting contest. He will be performing his song “The Legend of Déjà vu” at 5:00 pm on
September 1st, 2007 at Howard Amon in Richland, WA.