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Chris Seefried

Chris Seefried
Background information
Also known as Bullfrog (producer)
Born
New York
Genres Acoustic, Rock, Psychedelic, Folk, Alt Country
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Record producer
Musician
Instruments Voice, Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion
Years active 1990- present
Labels Warner Bros. Records
Geffen
Hear Music
E Pluribus Unum
Associated acts Gods Child
Joe 90
Rosanne Cash
Low Stars
Counting Crows
Website http://www.chrisseefried.com/

Chris Seefried is an American singer, songwriter and record producer . He is best known as the founding member and producer of bands Gods Child, Joe 90 and most recently Low Stars. Gods Child's album Everybody (signed by Quincy Jones[1]) features the billboard hit "Everybody’s One" that topped both the billboard “Modern Rock” and “Album Rock” categories simultaneously. Joe 90 (signed by Adam Duritz of Counting Crows[2]) released two albums. Dream This includes the song "Drive" which was featured as an end title on the HBO hit series Six Feet Under and A Raccoons Lunch featuring "And When I Die", the end title from the New Line Cinema film Final Destination[3]. (All of Chris's albums are currently available on iTunes, except Gods Child's "Everybody").

In between making records and touring as Rosanne Cash's guitar player[4], Chris has written music for numerous films, commercials and countless television shows. Chris wrote and performed the DriveSHAFT song “You All Everybody” for the hit ABC television series Lost and the theme song for ABC television series What About Brian. This song "Calling All Friends" is featured on the Low Stars debut which was released on Hear Music through Starbucks in February of 2007.

Album denimblue-1.jpg

Solo record Denim Blue featuring performances from David Immergluck of Counting Crows and Richard Lloyd of Television was released in 2008.

Contents

Discography

Year Album Comment
1994 Everybody with Gods Child
1996 Aluminum with Gods Child
1999 Dream This with Joe 90
2000 A Racoons Lunch with Joe 90
2007 Low Stars single & bonus track with Low Stars
2007 Low Stars with Low Stars
2008 Denim Blue solo album
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Singles

Year Single Chart Position
1994 "Everybody's 1" Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks 18
1994 "Everybody's 1" Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 25
1994 "Stone Horses" Billboard Modern Rock Tracks -
1996 "Female Elvis" Billboard Modern Rock Tracks -
1996 "This The Real World?" Billboard Modern Rock Tracks -
1999 "Drive" Billboard AAA Tracks -
2007 "Calling All Friends" Billboard AAA Tracks -

Also appears on

Year Artist Album
1994 The X-Factor compilation
1999 Counting Crows This Desert Life
1999 Pawn Shop Three Brass Balls
2000 Boys and Girls soundtrack
2003 Lori B Shadows of Love
2003 Pawn Shop Summerhead
2006 Sean Smith Underachiever
2006 Jude Redemption
2007 Modern Love Modern Love
2008 Jay Nash The Things You Think You Need
2009 Fitz and the Tantrums Songs For A Breakup Volume 1
2009 Roy Jay Lucky Guy
2009 Capra Low Day

Promotional videos

  • "Everybody's 1" (1994)
  • "Stone Horses" (1994)
  • "Just Around The Corner" (2007)
  • "More Or Less" (2008)

References

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