Sharon and Bram kick off the q playlist series

Beloved Canadian children's musicians kick off our inaugural q playlist series and reflect on the life of Lois Lilienstein.
Sharon and Bram refresh Shad's memory of the Skinamarinky-dinky-dink dance. (Fabiola Carletti/CBC)

Sharon Hampson and Bram Morrison of Sharon, Lois and Bram fame join Shad to kick off our inaugural q playlist series. The beloved Canadian children's entertainers walk us through their musical influences, react to a very adult analysis of their work, and pay tribute to their late collaborator Lois Lilienstein

WEB EXTRA | Explore Sharon and Bram's playlist below and answer their questions: which song do you remember from your childhood — words and all — that you continue to sing? 

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