SPARTA, NJ – Sparta Alpine School PTO is inviting the community to a concert. The children’s musician Brady Rymer will be at the school on October 27 for two shows at 5 and 6:30 p.m. The family friendly performances will include “singing, dancing and grooving together while supporting the students and teachers of Alpine,” according to Niamh Grano Sparta Alpine PTO President.
Rymer is a three-time Grammy nominee for Best Children’s Entertainer and is a former student of the Sparta schools. Rymer is also known for his bass playing with the RCA Records band From Good Homes. The band had gotten its start while he was in high school.
Rymer has been recording family music for 17 years and has released eight albums with one more due to be released this month.
On NPR’s All Things Considered Rymers music was called “joyous, genius, melodic gift for anyone with a rock and roll soul,” and “might just be the best-sounding band in children’s music.””
“We are so grateful that Brady Rymer will be coming back home and sharing his music with, not only the families of Alpine but those in the surrounding areas as well,” Principal Joe Leone said. “The PTO is an integral part of our school and provides the means necessary to fund assemblies, teacher disbursements and class trips. It is through fundraisers like this concert night that we can continue to provide an environment where our students and teachers will thrive.
“What a better way to spend your Friday night than with friends and family,” Grano said.
Tickets are $10 for all, children 2-years-old and younger are free. Advanced ticket purchase is encouraged through Grano at firstname.lastname@example.org