On The Table Read, the “Best Entertainment Celebrity Magazine in the UK“, Brady Seals shares details of his new single, I’d Really Love To See You Tonight.
Brady Seals, coming from a musical household in Cincinnati, a suburb of Fairfield, Ohio, began playing piano and writing songs at the early age of nine years old.
At age 16 he was performing in his high school band. Seals left home after finishing his education and ended up in Nashville where he joined the group Little Texas along with his friend and fellow musician, Del Gray.
Seals spent six years with Little Texas, playing keyboards and co-writing the group’s biggest hits. In 1993 the group’s album, Big Time, was certified double platinum. Shortly after the release of the group’s third album Kick a Little was certified platinum, Seals left the group and began his solo career.
He signed to Reprise Records and released his debut album, The Truth, and had three chart singles including his only solo top 40 hit, “Another You, Another Me” reaching number 32 on the charts. He dropped another album, the self-titled Brady Seals, in 1998 through Reprise Records’ parent label, Warner Bros. Records and then dropped his Thompson Street album in 2003 through Image Entertainment.
Hot Apple Pie
Seals formed the group Hot Apple Pie in 2002. The band recorded a self-titled debut album for DreamWorks Records that produced three chart singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the number. 26-peaking “Hillbillies.”
Instead of laying on his laurels, Seals put out his fourth album titled Play Time in 2009 through StarCity Recording Company. From writing platinum hit records, performing live around the world and creating new bands, there seems to be no slowing down for Seals in the near future as he drops his latest single “I’d Really Love To See You Tonight” through his new label SM1 Music Group on March 11th, 2022.
Be sure to keep your eyes peeled and ears open as we can expect to find Brady Seals music on yet another billboard chart!
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