Can you believe that Sesame Street has been around for 40 years? Forty years of fun-loving entertainment, music and learning for youngsters around the world is what the show is and has been all about for all of these years. I remember watching the show when I was growing up and my parents also grew up viewing the show as well. Read more about Sesame Street’s 40th anniversary here and be prepared to see more of the Google Doodle change until November 10th in celebration of the show’s milestone.
Sesame Street’s 40th anniversary is being celebrated by various tributes including Big Bird’s legs featured on Google’s home page today, also known as the Google Doodle. Up until November 10th, with the official Sesame Street anniversary, you can expect to see different changes made to the homepage of the top search engine in celebration of various characters of the kids’ educational show.
In addition to Google’s tribute, fans can expect a reissuing of three classic Sesame Street albums by Koch Records. According to a source, a cover album of favorite Sesame Street and Muppet Show songs will be released in the near future. And even more, early next year Walt Disney Records will release Muppets Revisited, which includes a CD of covers by musicians like Weezer, My Morning Jacket, and Andrew Bird.
Congratulations to PBS and Sesame Street on forty great years of educational entertainment! Keep checking out the Google Doodle this week for those super cute Muppet images.