Partners in marriage and music, Liz and Seth are both three time Grammy nominees for their work with Brady Rymer and The Little Band That Could. Together they composed "The Edna Project" - 21 songs set to the poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay - both the inspiration and score for "Still Will Be Heard". They've toured extensively and, adding their son Joey to the band, were featured on Rosie O'Donnell's HBO special "A Family is a Family Is A Family" with their original song "Raised On Love" and the PBS Woody's Children tribute to Pete Seeger.
Liz Queler (book/composer/vocals/guitar/mandolin)
Hailed by Billboard Magazine as a “singer’s singer” Liz has performed on the stages of Carnegie Hall, The Newport Folk Festival, and with the Dallas Symphony. Daughter of renowned opera conductor Eve Queler, Liz has staked her claim in other musical genres with five critically acclaimed CD’s of original folk/rock and Americana as well as a CD of jazz covers. Her latest setting of Millay's epic poem "Renascence" was sponsored in concert at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. Liz revisited her classical roots in September 2019 composing a solo piano piece for Sony Classics recording artist Lara Downs who performed it’s world debut at National Sawdust (NYC).
Liz has shared the stage with folk icons Richie Havens, Janis Ian, and Guy Clark among others. Her songs have won awards from Billboard, Lady Six Strings, and The National Academy of Popular Music. Liz has composed for TV and worked extensively as a studio singer including jingles (Meow Mix, Exxon, Sprite, Estroven), film scores (“The Little Mermaid”, “Barney’s Great Adventure”) and the PBS American Masters’ biography on Lucille Ball for which she sang “My Funny Valentine.” She has sung back-up for Cliff Eberhardt, The Shirelles, and Brady Rymer. Liz teaches voice, guitar and songwriting. In 2016 she founded Urban Garage, a monthly teen open mic and guided jam she offers free, thanks to grants from The Madison Square Garden corp., The Lower Manhattan Community Council and Billboard Magazine.
Liz is also a two time national champion Ultimate Frisbee player.
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Seth Farber (composer/keyboards/accordion/vocals)
As music director for the late, great folk/blues legend Odetta, Seth spent a decade touring, arranging, producing and playing piano in concert and on her last three recordings, two of which garnered Grammy nominations. In his spare time he was assistant conductor and keyboardist for the six year run of the Broadway musical Hairspray and is currently assistant conductor for the Broadway hit Ain’t Too Proud. In addition he has played and conducted Broadway shows: Beautiful, On Your Feet, A Bronx Tale, Smokey Joe’s Café, Fosse, Hair, Catch Me If You Can, Shrek, Promises, Promises, Elf, and 9 to 5.
Raised in New York City by musician parents, Seth began his career in the blues and rock clubs on Bleecker Street, ultimately landing a position as musical director for Willy “Mink” DeVille, with whom he logged over 30 European tours. He has recorded and performed with numerous other artists including Billy Joel, Jon Bon Jovi, Gregg Allman, John Prine, Lucinda Williams, Joan Osborne, Roseanne Cash, Jill Sobule, Chip Taylor, and Cliff Eberhardt.
A composer in his own right, Seth’s music has been used extensively by many networks including HBO, PBS, VH1, Biography, MTV, Bravo, Comedy Central and Animal Planet. His critically acclaimed release, “Late One Night” is a solo piano CD which nods in the direction of Dr. John and Professor Longhair. Farber blends New Orleans blues, jazz and ragtime into a soulful gumbo which Dirty Linen called “nothing short of excellent.”