Vermont Musicians come together to celebrate our tiniest loves.


The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at UVM Children’s Hospital cares for approximately 650 babies every year. If you or someone you love has had a baby in the NICU, you know how stressful it can be and how comforting it is to have such a dedicated and knowledgeable team there to offer life-sustaining support. You may also know that the NICU, is a small nook inside a giant institution. The doctors and nurses work in tight spaces and make the very best with what they have, but their work would go even further with more space and resources.


The patients in the NICU are the most precious, innocent, tiny bundles of hope and love. The experience in the NICU is both delicate and jarring and the staff is working so hard to get these babies home into their parent’s arms.


Big Tiny Love celebrates these babies and all babies through music. All proceeds will go to benefit the NICU at UVM Children’s Hospital. Raising awareness, funds and spirits. This is Vermonters supporting our tiny Vermonters.


We have brought together some of the best musical talents that Vermont has to offer and created a compilation, each band or artist performing one song for the album. The music is fun, soothing, and just really cool. Something that both kids and parents will love.

Get your CD or download cards at Healthy Living and The Skinny Pancake in Burlington or online here at and Bandcamp.

About the Skinny Pancake

Originating as a Church Street Marketplace vendor cart in 2003, the Skinny Pancake currently has 9 brick-and-mortar locations across Vermont and New Hampshire. The fast-casual creperie offers a wide selection of sweet and savory foods and a full bar, with a deep commitment to sourcing food locally. In addition to providing food and beverage, the Skinny Pancake celebrates live music and practices philanthrocapitalism as members of 1% For the Planet.

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About The University of Vermont Children’s Hospital
From the maternity unit to the emergency department and from our Children’s Specialty Center to our pediatric primary care clinics, The University of Vermont Children’s Hospital offers a welcoming child and family-friendly atmosphere with high-quality pediatric care. In partnership with The University of Vermont Medical Center, The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the University of Vermont Children’s Hospital delivers expert care grounded in the latest research to residents throughout Vermont and northern New York. It is fully accredited by the Children’s Hospital Association. For more information please visit or contact us at 802-847-0000.

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Let’s Grow Kids has generously donated their anthem song “I See Something Beautiful” to the album. Please visit Let’s Grow Kids and learn about the important work they are doing.

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Big Tiny Love was recorded and mixed by Dan Davine, one of Burlington’s finest. It was mastered by Rob O’Dea at Tank Recording Studio, also in Burlington, VT.