Love Me for Who I Am by Brady Rymer {review}

Love Me for Who I Am by Grammy nominee Brady Rymer is my new favorite CD. This project was inspired by Brady’s work with the Celebrate the Children school in New Jersey which is a school for children who have alternative learning styles so to speak.

Each of the songs on Love Me For Who I am are energetic and heartfelt. It was delighted to learn that one of our other favorite musicians, Laurie Berkner joined Brady on this project. She is a guest vocalist on the song, “Soft Things”.

This album features ten tracks and I believe all kids and their parents can relate to. Some of the songs include “Picky Eater”, “Who Wants to Wear Shoes?”, “I Don’t Like Change”, and “Tune Out”.

This CD will be available on April 12th for Autism Awareness Month. The artist hopes that that this musical work of art may offer a deeper understanding of children with autism and other conditions by shedding light on just how much we all have in common.

The title track, “Love Me for Who I Am”, can be downloaded now – preview or purchase it by clicking here.

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