05 Dec The Snack Town All-Stars Named Top 5 Song on Apple Music’s Children’s Christmas Playlist
The Snack Town All-Stars Named Top 5 Song on Apple Music’s Children’s Christmas Playlist
Stayhealthy Music and Entertainment’s The Snack Town All-Stars have been quickly rising to become a leader in children’s music. Their newest release, “The Healthy Holiday Mashup”, features a medley of the most popular holiday songs with fun, healthy messaging weaved throughout.
Soon after the song’s release, Apple Music recognized “The Healthy Holiday Mashup” as a song to watch and added it as the #5 song on their Children’s Christmas Playlist, right next to long-time holiday hits, including “The Chipmunk Song” by Alvin & the Chipmunks and “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” from the major motion picture, Frozen. This feat is sure to propel The Snack Town All-Stars’ success in the industry, and the band is excited to see what’s next for them on the horizon.
Stayhealthy Music and Entertainment was founded by Stayhealthy, Inc., a company dedicated to innovating new ways of engaging, educating and empowering people about their personal health and wellness. The new company has recently signed with Universal Music Group on worldwide distribution for its children’s music.
About Stayhealthy, Inc.
Founded in 1995, Stayhealthy Inc. is a healthcare technology company that has brought together the most advanced tools to measure, track, and change the health and wellness status of millions of users. Over the decades, Stayhealthy has learned what doesn’t work in healthcare, and as a result, has identified engagement, education, and retention as its core strategic initiatives. Stayhealthy is now launching a mobile platform with apps based on highly accurate, clinically valid screening tools delivered with patented augmented reality technology.
Led by Chairman and former Secretary of Health and Human Services, Governor Tommy Thompson, Stayhealthy’s mission has been focused on successfully addressing the growing epidemic of diseases that are linked directly to excess body fat such as many cancers, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.