Rymer's version of the iconic early 80's dance track "I'm Coming Out" amplifies the song's message, encouraging children to tell their own stories. He returned to Celebrate the Children School to ask students, "What do you want the world to know?" as they reflected on Nile Rodgers' inspiring lyric "Let it show.”
“Me on the Map” filmed in Brady’s neck of the woods, the North Fork of Long Island.
"Love Me For Who I Am" Directed by Alex Rappoport
Just hear those sleigh bells jingle-in’, ring ting tingle-in’ too…
Steven Tyler, you can crash our Sirus/XM Kids Place Live album release broadcast party anytime!
The story behind Love Me for Who I Am - Songs Celebrating Children of All Abilities, featuring the students at the Celebrate the Children School in New Jersey, who inspired Brady to create this joyful album.
Brady Rymer & the Little Band That Could playing the title tune from their Grammy-nominated album "Press Play" live at the Emelin Theater in Westchester, NY, January 2017. Brady Rymer, Seth Farber, Claudia Mussen, Jeremy Chatzky and Larry Eagle
“Love Me For Who I Am Party Mix” for Autism Awareness Month, 2018!
"Press Play" from the 2016 album, Press Play by Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could.
Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could (Brady, Liz Queler, Seth Farber, Claudia Glaser Mussen, Dan Myers, Larry Eagle and special guest Marty Rifkin on pedal steel guitar) in Los Angeles for the GRAMMYs nominee concert.