Seth Cook is the complete talent package. He’s a Singer, a Songwriter, a Musician, but most importantly, he’s an Entertainer.

Seth grew up in the small town of Yorktown, Indiana. He began his musical career at the young age of 4, sharing the stage with his parent’s touring group. His first instrument was the drums, but Seth eventually moved to playing guitar at the age of 15.

The sound of that guitar led Seth to not only learning other recording artists’ songs, but it soon became a passion for writing his own material. Seth already had a publishing deal offer in Nashville before he’d even moved to the city at the age of 20. Shortly after making the move, Seth began writing songs for what would become his first official release, a 6 song EP in 2015. Enlisting the help of Grammy nominated producer Matt McClure (Lee Brice, Dyland Scott, Kellie Pickler), Seth found someone who listened to the young artist’s vision, allowing him to explore his creative freedom.

Seth has already logged countless hours on the stage headlining venues throughout the Midwest and continues to grow his fan base playing fairs, festivals, theatres and clubs all over the country. Says Seth: “I love playing shows and making new friends. My first love is the stage. It’s in my blood, my DNA. It’s my home away from home.” In his young career, Seth has been blessed to open for Lonestar, Rascal Flatts, Montgomery Gentry, Luke Bryan, Rodney Atkins, and Vince Gill. He’s also had the experience of being on tour playing lead guitar for such artists as Brett Young (Thomas Rhett Tour) and Julie Roberts as well as other independent artists. One standout moment to Seth: “The moment Vince let me come up and play with him was a dream come true. Vince has been a true inspiration to me my entire life, both as a songwriter and a musician.”

Seth’s 2018 EP Sleep Is Not an Option including his single “Show 'Em How It's Done” has gained over one million streams. His new single “Slippin’” released May 31, 2019!

Seth concludes: “Country music fans are the best fans in the world! The music I write isn’t just for me, it’s for them. They’re what I think about when I start to write a song. I’m just like them. I grew up a fan of country music too! Now I’m lucky enough to make my own music, music I hope they love as much as I do!”