Originally from upstate N.Y., Seth began playing drums at the age of 3. By age 9 he was sitting in with local bands and even backing up his elementary school choir.
He's been in the Nashville music scene for 15 years and has played with the likes of rockers Quinn Loggins, Justin Schipper, Joey DeGraw and Sodium. On the rock country and country scene he has performed with Ruby Lovette (Curb), Anna Wilson (Curb), Amy Dalley (Curb), The Wilkinsons (RCA), The Marie Sisters (Universal/Republic), Wade Hayes (Columbia), Jeff Carson (Curb), Brian McComas (Lyric Street), SheDaisy (Lyric Street), Katrina Elam (Universal South), Gary Allan (MCA), The Wreckers (Maverick), Sarah Johns(RCA), Joe Nichols(Universal South), Julianne Hough(Curb), Phil Vassar, Chris Young(), Rodney Adkins(Curb), The Band Perry and Sheryl Crow.
Seth performed and recorded with Little Big Town (Capital Records) for many years. He is currently the touring drummer for Keith Urban.
Major tours Seth has performed on have included, The Brooks and Dunn “Only in America” tour, a CMT Most Wanted Live Tour, the Rascal Flatts’ “Melt” tour, the Rascal Flatts’ “Me And My Gang” tour, the Brad Paisly "Paisley Party" tour, The Sugarland "Incredible Machine" Tour, the Rascal Flatts "Changed" tour and currently on the Keith Urban " Light the fuse" tour.
Seth has appeared in music videos with the following artists: Brian McComas, SheDaisy, Gary Allan, Joe Nichols, Sarah Johns, The Band Perry, Leanne Womack and Little Big Town.
Television appearances include, the CBS Early Morning Show, ABC's the View, The Grand Ole Opry Live, CMT's MWL, The CMA Music Festival on ABC, a live concert special with Gary Allan on both MTV and CMT, Good Morning America, Good Afternoon America, Jimmy Kimmel, Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, Dancing with the Stars, Craig Ferguson, The Talk, Jimmy Fallon, Ellen Degeneres, Fox and Freinds, Live with Kelly and Michael, Canada a.m., CMT Awards, The ACA Awards and David Letterman.
When Seth isn't on the road, he's in the studio recording and collaborating with some of Nashville's top writers, musicians, and producers.