About Brady Seals
This artist was first noticed as the keyboardist/vocalist for the 1990s New Country "hat hunks" Little Texas, a group who had numerous hits, and whose whole oeuvre seemed geared towards finding that perfect country/Adult Contemporary crossover. After the group broke up in the late 1990s, Seals struck out on his own. He comes from heavy-duty musical lineage, related to pop star Dan Seals (England Dan and John Ford Coley), John Seals (Seals and Crofts), and chart-topping Nashville songwriter Troy Seals. On his own, Seals sounds like a rustic version of Billy Joel -- the Adult Contemporary portion of his sound outstrips anything remotely country.