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An organization to promote the study of the kazoo in all fields, 

including--but not limited to-- 

performance, construction, history, design, science, composing, education, etc. 

Kazoologist--one who studies the kazoo in one or more of its fascinating fields.


National Kazoo Day

National Kazoo Day occurs annually (although in some regions, more often) on or about January 28 - or whenever it is convenient to the kazooist. As stated by founder Chaplin Willard Rahn of the Joyful Noise Kazoo Band at the Homewood Retirement Home in Williamsport, Maryland, "After all, we have to be flexible." Many kazooists choose the fourth Thursday in January because it's handy.

National Kazoo Day will be celebrated by some on January 28, 2012 or on January 26, 27, or 29th if you so desire.

In fact, most people will agree that we should consider January 23-29, 2012, National Kazoo WEEK! So celebrate all week long.


The KickStarter Project

George "Butch" Collins AKA "The Old Kazoo Maker"  has opened a project at to seek backers
 for his project to make a documentary on kazoo making. 

Journey From Tree To Kazoo - An American Folk Treasure

A Documentary project in Eustis, FL by George Collins

Go not quite half way down the page to see the first two segments of

"Journey From Tree To Kazoo" 


Every one is welcome to browse and read more about the kazoo than many people would ever want to know.  

If, during that time, you discover that you want to learn more, you might want to



Association of American Kazoologists

first kazoo

The first kazoo


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