What do dumdum suckers and the etch-a-sketch have in common? They both have regretfully surrendered their title as the most unique thing to come out of Bryan, Ohio to small town boy turned Nashville transplant, Seth Abram. After competition like that, Seth was ever so slightly more confident to join the sea of skinny jean and fedora clad musicians in Tennessee. After discovering at the age of 16 that playing the guitar came more naturally than just about anything else, his shockingly expansive vocal range shortly followed. For over a decade Seth has been perfecting his craft of songwriting and performing to bring collaborations of genres that haven't seen each other in quite some time.
In 2011 Seth's debut album, self-titled 'Seth Abram' reached number nine on the iTunes singer/songwriter charts and created a following that demanded more.
Seth's sophomore release, 'Hold On,' due out in January, mixes a little bit of soul, a little bit of pop, and a lot of Motown til you're shakin your groove thing.