Brady Rymer and the Little Band that Could - Music for Kids (and Their Parents)
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“The best-sounding band in children’s music.” —NPR’s All Things Considered
Brady Rymer’s rollicking, roots-y tunes resonate through American culture, bringing an honest, joyful spirit to music for all generations; “his music has a rock ‘n’ roll heart,” wrote The New York Times. Brady’s newest CD, “Here Comes Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could,” marks his debut recording with the band he’s brought on the road since 2005. Combining a feel-good R&B foundation with traditional acoustic arrangements and a scoop of sunny 70’s optimism, they’ve created a modern American roots sound for families everywhere; the Little Band That Could “might just be the best-sounding band in children’s music,” according to Stefan Shepherd on NPR’s All Things Considered.