Singer/songwriter/artist Brady Seals has a pedigree for success. You could say that music is “in his blood,” as he is related to numerous industry heavyweights including Jimmy Seals (Seals & Crofts), Dan Seals (England Dan & John Ford Coley) and country songwriters Troy Seals (Songwriting Hall of Fame Member) and Chuck Seals. Over the course of his career, Brady Seals has sold over 11 million albums, topped three genres simultaneously, and his songs continue to captivate audiences and attract licenses for TV, radio and film.
A touring musician since the age of 16, Brady Seals is probably best known for his tenure in Little Texas (Warner Brothers). During his six years as keyboardist and co-lead singer for the multi-platinum group, they were voted the ACM’s "Vocal Group of the Year" and received two Grammy nominations. Little Texas celebrated three consecutive number one hits with “What Might Have Been,” “God Blessed Texas” and “My Love,” all of which Seals co-wrote, granting him the ASCAP “Triple Play Award.”
Seals formed Hot Apple Pie (DreamWorks). Hot Apple Pie’s self-titled debut was released in 2005 featuring country music icon, Willie Nelson. Their entry single “Hillbillies Love It In The Hay” went Top 20. The video shot to #1 on VH-1 Country and was among CMT’s “Top 20 Sexiest Videos.”