Brady Seals

Brady Seals's Biography

Brady Seals discovered the piano at age 9. In his early teens he started playing B3 organ at a Pentecostal church in his hometown of Fairfield, Ohio.

Following his passion for music and family heritage, (Dan Seals of England Dan & John Ford Coley and Jim Seals of Seals & Crofts, Chuck Seals – "Crazy Arms" and Troy Seals – "Seven Spanish Angels") he learned to play guitar, bass and drums and had written his first song by the age of 15.

By 1994 Brady had completed a six-year stint with the multi-platinum group Little Texas. Voted the Academy of Country Music's "Vocal Group of the Year," Little Texas also received two Grammy nominations and celebrated three consecutive number one hits, "What Might Have Been", "God Blessed Texas" and "My Love," all of which Brady co-wrote.

In 1996 Seals went solo and collaborated with Rodney Crowell to co-produce his Warner/Reprise album titled The Truth followed by a self-titled album in 1998. Brady then explored the pop/rock genre from 1999-2001 writing, engineering and producing the album Thompson Street.