Sunday, January 22, 2023
10:30 – 11:30 am EST
Ages 2 and up
Groove with Grammy-nominated Brady Rymer and The Little Band That Could, whose rootsy, accordion-laced pop and rock music will bring everyone to their feet. Dance to their greatest hits, as well as songs from the albums Under The Big Umbrella and Love Me For Who I Am where individuality is celebrated across abilities and kindness wins the day.
Tickets: $18 Adult; $14 Adult Jewish Museum Family Member; Children 18 and under are free. Includes Museum Admission. A select number of complimentary tickets will be available for families in the ASL community. Email email@example.com for more information.
Concert ticket reservations are required for both adults and children to reserve seats.
American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation will be provided for this program and the accompanying Drop-in Art Workshop.
About Brady Rymer:
After a decade-long career with RCA Records jam band From Good Homes, recording and touring with acts from the Dave Matthews Band to Bob Dylan and Bob Weir's Ratdog, Brady Rymer ventured into family music as he started his own family, releasing Good Morning, Gus in 2000. Since then, he has released ten CDs, including 2017's Grammy-nominated Press Play, 2014's Grammy-nominated Just Say Hi! and the 2008 Grammy-nominated Here Comes Brady Rymer and The Little Band That Could. His recent album, Under the Big Umbrella, was inspired by and written with students & teachers. It’s a collection of songs full of hope for a future with room for everyone.
Brady's 2011 CD Love Me for Who I Am was inspired by his experience performing for and working with kids with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and related disorders, and celebrates kids of all abilities. He regularly performs sensory-friendly shows for audiences including children with special needs.
He is a featured performer and composer for ASHA's (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) Listen To Your Buds Campaign, a hearing health public education campaign to provide parents and children with information about safe usage of personal audio technology.
When he’s not playing with his own band, Brady plays bass guitar with the Laurie Berkner Band; he also performs a few select shows a year with his 'grown-up' band From Good Homes. He lives on the North Fork of Long Island with his wife, Bridget, and two children Gus and Daisy.
If you do not receive your ticket confirmation in your inbox or spam folder, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.423.3200. Doors to the concert will open at 10:15 am.
After the concert, come to the 4th floor studio to enjoy our free monthly Drop-in Art Workshop for families.
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