Chris Seefried first garnered national attention when Quincy Jones signed his band Gods Child, from NYC to Warner Brothers records. Their highest honor came when their single “Everybody’s 1”, charted in two Billboard charts simultaneously peaking at #18 on the Mainstream Rock chart and #25 on the Modern Rock chart.
After two albums with Warner Brothers, Chris moved to LA and started the band Joe 90. Adam Duritz of Counting Crows signed the group to Geffen Records. Their debut record -, includes the hit song song “Drive” which was featured as an end title on the HBO hit series “Six Feet Under”. Every song from the record was synched to film or television. Their second album A Raccoons Lunch features “And When I Die”, the end title from the New Line Cinema film Final Destination.
In between making records and touring as Rosanne Cash’s guitar player, Seefried started southern California rock band Low Stars, whose debut album was released at Starbucks stores all over the country, through Hear Music in 2008. This album features the theme song for ABC television series “What About Brian” co-penned by Seefried, called “Calling All Friends”. That same year Chris co-wrote and performed the Drive Shaft song “You All Everybody” for the hit ABC hit television series “Lost”.
Chris recorded, wrote and produced his solo album debut Denim Blue released in 2009 and then decided to pursue production full time.
His first production of an outside artist was Fitz and the Tantrums “Songs for a breakup Vol. 1”, followed by their full length debut Pickin’ up the Pieces which Seefried co-wrote and produced.
New co-writes and productions include Anderson East, Joseph Arthur, The Royal Concept as well as the Grammy nominated album “Cheers To The Fall” by Andra Day.
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