Jack's Big Music Show

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  • TV-Y
  • 2005
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.2  (311)

Jack's Big Music Show premiered on Noggin in 2005 and was an instant hit with both children and adults. The show followed the titular character, Jack, a puppet who loves music and is always eager to share his passion with his friends and viewers. Jack's Big Music Show was unique for its emphasis on music and performances. Every episode featured several music segments where guest musicians would perform their songs for the viewers. The show covered a variety of music genres, from rock to hip-hop to classical, ensuring that there was something for everyone.

The three main characters of the show were all puppets voiced by talented performers. David Rudman voiced Jack, Alice Dinnean voiced Mary, and John Kennedy voiced Mel. Mary was a purple cow who worked at the music store with Jack, and Mel was a parrot who ran the soundboard.

Each episode of Jack's Big Music Show followed a particular theme, such as animals, travel, or space. The show would then explore the theme through its music segments and the interactions between the characters. The musical performances were always engaging and well-produced, with fantastic sets and costumes that helped bring the songs to life.

One of the show's standout features was its commitment to diversity and inclusion. The guest musicians featured on the show represented a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, ensuring that every child watching would see themselves reflected in the music. The show also often incorporated different languages into the songs, teaching children about other cultures and broadening their horizons.

In addition to the music segments, Jack's Big Music Show also had several recurring sketches that the characters would perform. One of the most popular was "Funny Faces," where Jack would try to make Mary and Mel laugh by making silly faces. Another was "Mel's Melodies," where Mel would demonstrate how to make music with everyday objects, like a water bottle or a frying pan.

Through its music, themes, and characters, Jack's Big Music Show fostered a love of music in children and taught them valuable lessons about diversity, creativity, and self-expression. It was a show that could be enjoyed by the whole family and left a lasting impression on its viewers.

Unfortunately, Jack's Big Music Show only ran for three seasons before being canceled in 2007. However, it remains a beloved show among those who watched it and has since gained a cult following. Its legacy lives on through its memorable music, charismatic characters, and its commitment to inspiring kids to love music.

Jack's Big Music Show is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on September 12, 2005.

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Silly Show
14. Silly Show
April 1, 2007
Jack, Mary, and Mel find seven of the funniest things that could make their boring day more exciting.
Jack and The Beanstalk
13. Jack and The Beanstalk
March 20, 2007
Jack, Mary and Mel head up the beanstalk to see if their musical talents can help add to the special day.
Mel's Bath Day
12. Mel's Bath Day
February 10, 2007
While digging up trombones that he buried in the back yard, Mel becomes dirty -- so dirty that he is in dire need of a bath. Easier said than done! Good thing Sudsy Bubblestein, Professional Dog Washer and Stylist, is out scanning the neighborhood for dirty dogs! She is the only one who can convince Mel that he needs to take a bath.
Laurie's Big Song
11. Laurie's Big Song
February 4, 2007
Laurie calls to say she will be in the neighborhood and would love to stop by and sing a special song with Jack, Mary and Mel! They have an important task to perform first... they need to find three items that Laurie needs in order for her to perform her new song correctly.
Super Swell Sing-a-long
10. Super Swell Sing-a-long
February 2, 2007
Jack and Mary are your masters of ceremony for this big neighborhood sing-along from the clubhouse. All of our favorite neighbors come over and sing in their favorite styles of music! Live in the clubhouse! What a sing-along! What a day!
Groundhog Day
9. Groundhog Day
February 2, 2007
Jack is so excited about his favorite holiday and can't wait to see if the Ground Hog will see her shadow or not! But before that happens, Gertrude the Ground Hog runs into the clubhouse, too shy to face all the attention, but anchorman Brunk Stinegrouber needs her to come outside with him so they can deliver the news together.
Scat Cat
8. Scat Cat
January 28, 2007
Jack gets a bit jealous when he thinks that Mel's friend Scat Cat is now her knew best friend instead of him. Scat Cat knows all kinds of things that he doesn't and Jack feels threatened by that.
Jack's Big Orchestra
7. Jack's Big Orchestra
January 27, 2007
When Jack gets caught up in playing music conductor, Mel and Mary decide to make his musical dreams come true and organize an orchestra for Jack to conduct! Now all they have to do is keep Jack out of the clubhouse long enough to make costumes, call friends and get set up. Easier said than done!
Jack's Big Oops!
6. Jack's Big Oops!
January 21, 2007
Mary can't wait to show Jack and Mel how to make music with her new instrument, but she forgot the special hammers used to play it and runs home to get them. While Mary's away, Jack's enthusiasm and curiosity causes him to accidentally break it!
Coo-Coo Bird
5. Coo-Coo Bird
January 20, 2007
While dancing the Twisty Twist, Jack, Mary and Mel are interrupted by Phil the Coo-Coo Bird who bops into the clubhouse, totally out-of-control. Phil tells Jack, Mary and Mel that he is frustrated because today is the day when all the other Coo-Coo Birds gather in the Coo-Coo Tree and do the Coo-Coo Dance, and Phil doesn't know how to dance it. It's up to Jack and the gang to help!
Jack Bunny
4. Jack Bunny
January 14, 2007
Mel the Musical Magician has come to the clubhouse wearing a cape and a top hat and he is prepared to amaze! With a toot on his Magical Musical Horn, he makes all sorts of musical magical tricks happen! However, when he attempts to make a bugle bunny appear, Mel accidentally turns Jack into a bugle bunny!
Spunky the Alien
3. Spunky the Alien
January 13, 2007
Spunky needs Mel to fix his spaceship, which broke down on the clubhouse floor, in time for him to fly back to his home planet Skiffle to perform at his first Fleeber Musical Concert.
Leonard the Country Squirrel
2. Leonard the Country Squirrel
January 7, 2007
Jack, Mary and Mel meet Leonard, a squirrel who's new to the neighborhood and missing his friends and farm. He's super homesick today because back home is the annual Jugband Jamboree! To make Leonard feel better, Jack, Mary and Mel decide to throw him a down home party filled with music, dancing and acorn pie!
Snow Day
1. Snow Day
January 6, 2007
A Hawaiian beach party is disrupted when Mel's sand-making machine starts making snow. Jack, Mary, Prudence, and the penguins help to keep things moving as Mel tries to fix the machine.
Where to Watch Jack's Big Music Show
Jack's Big Music Show is available for streaming on the Noggin website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Jack's Big Music Show on demand at Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 12, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (311)