Grammy-nominated family music artist Brady Rymer‘s latest CD honors the thoughts and feelings of kids of all abilities—particularly those on the autism spectrum. The ten original songs on the new Love Me For Who I Am CD are written from the child’s perspective and offer a bright, positive and highly musical way of celebrating life amid challenges.
Love Me For Who I Am also features the vocals of fellow children’s musician Laurie Berkner and Bernie Worrell, from the Talking Heads. All kids (and their parents) will appreciate songs with universal themes such as “Picky Eater,” “Who Wants to Wear Shoes?” and “I Don’t Like Change.” Our favorite: the title track with these great lines: “Please don’t try to fix me./Just love me for who I am.”
Now, that’s something every parent needs to be reminded of now and again.
Click below to see the video for the title track!
And check out our previous cover story with Brady here.
Five percent of the proceeds from the CD will benefit Autism Speaks, a non-profit research and advocacy group.