Alex & Bryard are a songwriting duo from Boston, MA and Nashville, TN respectively, and co-founders of Savannah's World - a musical scripted podcast series brand. The podcasts follow the adventures of Savannah Green, a third grade protagonist who deals with the everyday ups and downs of elementary school, all the while learning the stories of unsung heroes that greatly contributed to America and abroad. In each episode she uncovers a hero and takes the lessons they have learned or taught to apply to her various situations in and out of school. Through the eyes of Savannah, young boys and girls can learn important life lessons, history, and more in this interactive product. Alex (Alexandria Churchwell) is an actor, singer, writer, and producer in Los Angeles; Bryard (Bryard Huggins) is a composer, record producer, songwriter, and recording artist in Nashville.
Welcome to Season 2!
Welcome to Season 2 of Savannah's World, where Savannah takes us back to her first day at Robert Churchwell Elementary, where things weren't always so easy.
Episode 1: Just Say Hi
In Episode 1, Savannah begins her first day at Robert Churchwell Elementary.
Episode 2: My Best
Savannah and her new friends are given a special assignment for a big presentation, but not everyone is as excited as them about it.
Episode 3: With Me
In Episode 3, as Savannah and her mom settle in for the night, a reminder of a recent tragedy threatens to spoil the evening.
Episode 4: The Line
Ms. Upshaw's class is rehearsing for the big presentation, but when it's Savannah's team's turn to present, will Emily get cold feet?
Episode 5: The Big Day
It's the day of the big presentation in Episode 5, but with weeks of hard work will it all come together?
A Story of Inspiration for the Youth
This is a Great Story for any young child to hear. It gives young children great inspiration. This podcast reminds children that they can make their dreams come true no matter what their background or demographic. Share this with your child to keep them motivate!
Wonderful listen for kids to learn about unsung heroes!
We learned a lot and and had fun at the same time!
This is a great way to connect kids with nonfictional stories! My students love it!