Tobin chats with Nick (Splash) and Taes (Boots) of Treehouse's Splash n' Boots. They talk about how this television show started as university project at Queens, the choice of colours, and why they got into children's entertainment.
We also have some fun with the duo as we introduce a game called How Canadian and find out some of Nick and Taes favorite things.
So sit back, relax and enjoy this episode of Tobin Tonight
Splash'N Boots is a Canadian children's music duo consisting of Nick Adams (Splash) and Taes Leavitt (Boots). Adams and Leavitt formed Splash'N Boots in 2003 as a class project while studying at Queen's University, in Kingston, Ontario.
In 2014, Splash'N Boots were nominated for their first Juno Award for Children's Album of the Year for their album Coconuts Don't Fall Far from the Tree. They have since been nominated in 2015 for Happy Times, in 2016 for Songs from the Boot, in 2017 for Big Yellow Tunes and in 2018 for Love, Kisses and Hugs and won the award in 2019 for You, Me and the Sea.
In 2007, 2012, and 2014, Splash'N Boots won the SiriusXM Independent Music Award for Children's Artist/Group or Duo of the Year.
Splash'N Boots have a TV series which airs on Treehouse TV.