Sally Rogers is an award-winning children's performer. She has won honors for Best Children's Recording twice: in 1992 for the song "What Can One Little Person Do?", and again in 1993 with "At Quiet O'clock". You can listen to these songs on our Music Page.

Sally has made frequent radio appearances on "A Prairie Home Companion" and the nationally syndicated "Mountain Stage." She plays guitar, banjo, and dulcimer and specializes in traditional folk music, and has several recordings of children's music.

Sally lives outside of Hartford Connecticut with husband and fellow performer Howie Bursen, along with daughters Maya and Malana. Her children's assembly programs of little people's folk music are filled with warm interaction and strong messages of self-esteem through understanding our roles in family and community.

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