Ralph Covert is the lead singer of children's music group Ralph's World and lead singer of the Chicago based indie-rock band The Bad Examples. Ralph was nominated for his Best Musical Album For Children at the 48th Grammy Awards.
Ralph Covert has also won acclaims as a playwright. Along with G. Riley Mills, he has written Sawdust And Spangles and Streeterville, both earning Joseph Jefferson Awards for Best New Work. The pair also collaborated on The Flower Thieves and A Nutcracker Christmas.
Ralph has also done work as a record producer. His production credits include Framing Caroline by Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Kat Parsons, released in 1999.
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... pop-rock group formed by songwriter, acoustic guitarist, and vocalist Ralph Covert in 1987 in Chicago, Illinois ... had significant changes in the line-up over the years but the core of the group (Covert, electric guitarist Tom O'Brien, bassist Tom "Pickles" Piekarski) have ... limited in performing and putting out new albums largely due to Ralph Covert's success as creator of the family music rock band, Ralph’s World ...
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