Bungee Jumpin Cows Performances

The Bungee Jumpin’ Cows play fun, cool, hard-driving, funny,
and original music. Their performance is a feast of visual imagery with
wild characters, crazy costumes, audience participation and fun
shenanigans. Their musically creative and lyrically clever songs
encompass a wide variety of energetic styles, including rock, funk, pop,
surf and rap. These talented musicians, teachers, and vocalists have
pioneered a brand of kids’ music that’s not just for kids. At a BJC
evening show, you’ll see a throng of kids of all ages singing and
dancing at the front of the stage, while adults all around are cracking
up at the lyrics and antics. This is family entertainment at its’ best
(don’t tell anybody, but the songs are all educational “science rock”

Be warned that this six-piece rock band is not like other “children’s
music”. It’s really family music, because all ages enjoy it. Their
clever songs about weird, fun, intriguing and the sometimes “gross”
aspects of science include such topics as: rainforest, dinosaur
extinction, air cycle, frogs, rock types, chemistry of fire, laws of
physics, sharks, evolution, plate tectonics, ecology, worms,
bloodsucking bug friends, tornados, fungi, vultures, spiders and banana

“There is so much talent and charisma in
your group. The only thing I can think of that compares with the kids’
reaction to your show is the way my sister and I reacted to the

-Peter Fox, parent of a 4 & 6 year old

“By far the most successful parent-child evening event
the school has ever hosted. Thank you for performing with such energy
and great professionalism. Our parents discovered that their kids are

-Marian Marshall, elementary teacher

For more information about booking the BJC, call
(888) 434-COWS
or write to: BJC 6416 Heather Ridge Way, Oakland, CA 94611
Our performance prices are very competitive (we’re cheap!), and depends
on distance traveled and length of show. The BJC generally perform only
on evenings and weekends due to day job obligations.

Give your science program a shot in the arm, build
community by attracting families to your site, provide a wacky, fun and
rockin’ event for all!

Some BJC Past Performances
Fairs & Outdoor Events:
• BAEER Fair – Jan. ‘96 & ’97, San Rafael, California
• Big Creek School Fair – Aug. ‘95, Big Creek, California
• Camp Towanga – May ‘94, Groveland, California
• Concord Earthday Festival – April ‘95, Concord, California
• Festival at the Lake – June ‘95 & ‘96, Oakland, California
• Live Oak Music Festival – June ‘95, ? , California
• Maritime Day at Jack London Square – May ‘95, Oakland, California
• Monerey Bay Aquarium – April ‘96, Monterey, California
• San Francisco Earthday Festival – April ‘95, San Francisco, California
• Strawberry Music Festival – May ‘96 & ’97, Camp Mather, California
• Sulphur Creek Nature Area – Wildlife Fair – June ‘95 & ‘96, Hayward, California
• Tilden Nature Center – Nov. ‘95, Berkeley, California
• Tri-City Earthday – April ‘96, Hayward, California
• Union City Science & Earthday Fair – May ’97, Union City, California
• Young Presidents Organization – June ’97, Bodega Bay, California
• Monerey Bay Aquarium – September ‘97, Monterey, California
• Wildlife Wetlands Fair – 1998, Los Baños, California

Teacher Conferences:
• AEOE – Assoc. of Environmental Outdoor Educators – Mar ‘95, ?, California
• BASP – Bay Area Science Project – Aug ‘95, ‘96 & ’97, Berkeley, California
• Cal State Hayward Environmental Educators Conference – April ‘94, Hayward, California
• CSTA – Calif. Science Teachers Assoc. – Oct ’95, San José, California
• CVSP – Central Valley Science Project – June ‘95 & ‘96, ?, California
• Fresno State School of Education Environmental Ed. Conference –
April ‘95, ?, California
• PEACHES – Teacher Institute at Lawrence Hall of Science – July ‘95, Berkeley, California

Cumberland Elementary, Sunnyvale, California – May ’97
Manchester Gate Elementary, Fresno, California – April ‘96 & ’97
Pescadero Elementary – Pescadero, CaliforniaApril ’97
Portola Valley Middle School, Portola Valley, California- March ‘94
Prospect Elementary School, El Cerrito, California – October ’96
Sleepy Hollow Elementary, Orinda, California- November ’96
Whiskeytown Environmental School, Whiskeytown, California – April ‘96