"Save My Soul", which I co-wrote and produced with the unmatchable RIVVRS, appeared on the latest episode of Syfy's new show "Blood Drive".
Rick co-wrote and produced this new single called "Proud" for Influence Music. Check it out!
I recently collaborated with the band Imaginary Future on the song "Coming Home" for the new promo for "Transparent". Check out the teaser and an article from Deadline below.
“Family is gross, but it’s important.” We’re getting the first look at Season 4 of Amazon’s Transparent, which sees the Pfeffermans taking to far-off places and enjoying a few edibles, in the form of some special gummy bears, along the way.
Per Amazon, in Season 4, the Pfeffermans go on a spiritual and political journey as they dig deep into their family’s history. Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) heads to Israel to speak at a conference and makes a startling discovery. Before long the rest of the family joins her for an explosive adventure. Adrift in the desert, Maura, Ali (Gaby Hoffmann), Sarah (Amy Landecker), Josh (Jay Duplass) and Shelly (Judith Light) ultimately set off on their own paths to find acceptance, love, and truth.
Written, directed and executive produced by Jill Soloway, the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning dramedy does not have a Season 4 premiere date yet, so stay tuned for that.
Check out the teaser above.
A new promo is out featuring a song I co-wrote and produced with RIVVRS called "Walk in the Wild", airing now for the rematch of Nunes vs. Shevchenko's bantamweight title bout on PPV. As a former collegiate wrestler, I couldn't be more stoked! The promo airs from now until the fight on July 8th.
If you're a UK MTV Watcher, check out "The Ride: Bebe Rexha" where my song "Battle Battalion" appears!
If you're across the pond, and happen to be scanning through MTV UK, you'll probably catch one of my tunes, "Battle Battalion" in a couple episodes of Rob Dyrdek's show "Ridiculousness". Thanks MTV!
I recently collaborated with writer/director TK McKamy on creating a score for the intro of Thomas Rhett's new music video "Craving You" featuring Maren Morris. Check it out below!
Check it out! Bethel's newest album "Starlight" hit #1 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart, and the iTunes Christian & Gospel Chart. I co-wrote on the song "Old For New" with Hannah and Paul McClure, and Jeremy Riddle.
I recently did the theme song for MTV's brand new dating reality show, "Are You The One: Second Chances"!
"On March 22, 2017, a spin-off show titled Are You The One: Second Chances will premiere. 10 perfect matches from previous seasons will return, and the guy/gal teams will compete in a litany of games designed to test the strength of their bonds. Each week, the victors will be rewarded with cash, and one perfect match will be sent packing until the sole perfect match remains."
Bethel Music's upcoming release, "Starlight" is now available for pre-order! I co-wrote the song "Old For New" with Hannah and Paul McClure, and Jeremy Riddle. The album will be available everywhere on April 7, 2017. Check it out!
I co-wrote and produced with Rivvrs, "Walk in the Wild". Which was then featured in "UFC Road to the Octagon" in January, for those who tuned in!
“Walk in the Wild”, co-written and produced by Rick Seibold with the amazing Rivvrs is also now featured in Reebok’s #BeMoreHuman Campaign. Check out the campaign below!
"Save My Soul", which I co-wrote and produced with Rivvrs airs on USA's new show "Eyewitness". Check it out!
This week Rebecca Black played one of our recent songs, "Come Alive" for Billboard and Shape magazine! We also stopped by Teen Vogue and People magazine. You can check out the videos below!
I co-wrote and produced the song "Save My Soul" with the super talented Rivvrs. It airs TONIGHT on the pilot episode of CW's new show "Frequency", based on the popular movie of the same name.
Gracie Schram lands at the #2 spot on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts with her new EP entitled "Dear Fall". We co-wrote the first song on the EP called "Anywhere You Go", which I also produced.
Gracie Schram Releases New EP on September 30th
New collection of songs produced by Brad Corrigan (Dispatch) and Rick Seibold
NASHVILLE, TN— Singer/songwriter Gracie Schram will release her new EP Dear Fall on September 30, 2016. The EP is a collection of four wistful, beautiful melodies that showcase her vulnerability and soulful vocals. Dear Fall features music produced by Brad Corrigan of the band Dispatch, as well as Rick Seibold.
“Gracie is a lightning rod of joy and creativity and her songs are all drenched in real and tangible hope,” said Corrigan. “She is a young, strong voice of leadership and grace that the world so desperately needs today!”
Dear Fall is the latest accomplishment in Gracie’s impressive and purposeful music career, which has included opening for American Idol star David Archuleta, as well as performing opening acts for Ingrid Michaelson, Lauren Alaina and Crystal Bowersox. In addition, Gracie has played a number of significant music festivals, including SXSW and CMA Fest. Her debut studio album I Am Me was produced by Grammy-award winner Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars, Kris Allen, Lone Bellow, Switchfoot) and released in 2015 while Gracie was still in high school.
“Dear Fall is deeply personal. It’s the story of my experience as I’ve prepared to transition to a new chapter. I couldn’t be more excited to share these songs with my fans,” said Schram. “My hope is that Dear Fall will help inspire, comfort and encourage everyone who listens."
The release coincides with the launch of Gracie’s new websitewww.gracieschram.com. The updated site features the latest tour dates, videos, photos and blog content.
Dear Fall will be available for purchase on September 30, 2016. The same evening, Gracie will perform a live show on @CokeMusic’s Periscope channel. To learn more about Dear Fall, visit Gracie’s blog, where she shares a behind the scenes look at the EP and exclusive content.
1. Anywhere You Go*
3. You Are My Sunshine
4. Don’t Cry Lullaby (From Ileana’s Smile Soundtrack)
Produced by Brad Corrigan
*Produced by Rick Seibold
About Gracie Schram: Singer/songwriter Gracie Schram is already a music industry veteran. Since releasing her debut album at the age of 10, Gracie has continued to create and record music while developing her signature indie-pop sound that combines soulful vocals with subtle but powerful acoustics and soaring harmonies. Her last album, I Am Me, produced by Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars, Kris Allen, Lone Bellow, Switchfoot) made it to the top 10 in the singer-songwriter category on iTunes during its release week. Songs from the album were shared across the country and overseas. Gracie’s latest release, Dear Fall, showcases her maturity and skillful storytelling as she shares captivating melodies about transformation, love, partnership and freedom.
Gracie has toured with David Archuleta and opened for artists including Ingrid Michaelson, Lauren Alaina and Crystal Bowersox. She has performed at numerous music festivals including SXSW, CMA Fest, Middle of the Map Fest and Summerfest. In addition, she frequently performs the national anthem at NFL, MLB, NASCAR and MLS games.
Gracie’s career is firmly rooted in her humanitarian spirit. Since her debut albumShowers from God was released, she has given a portion of the proceeds from her music to philanthropic causes, amounting to more than $40,000 to date. Her music has funded the construction of an orphanage in Haiti and two tilapia ponds in South Africa and Malawi. In addition, Gracie is the winner of the prestigious Coca-Cola scholarship recognizing seniors in high school for their ability to lead and serve.
Now a freshman at Belmont University, it is Gracie’s hope that her songs and story will empower people to make a positive change in the world around them.
I recently performed with Rebecca Black in support of her new music on Elle.com. Check out her mashup of a few tunes here!
AUG 17, 2016
Don't pretend you don't know who Rebecca Black is.
Can you believe it's been five years since "Friday" crept into your brain, never—ever—to leave? The so-bad-it's-good song made its way inextricably into pop culture history (and millennial trivia questions), defining the zeitgeist so much that the Glee cast and Stephen Colbert both covered the infernally catchy ditty.
Instead of reacting to the attention by folding up into a playing-card-sized shadow of her former self, Black had the humor and wherewithal to wink at her internet fame. Remember "Saturday"? And her Snapchat handle? "itsfridaybitch." A round of applause, please.
Our favorite weekend-harbinger made something special for ELLE.com: a mash-up of some of the biggest pop songs going around. See if you can figure out which tunes the viral vocalist has thrown into the mix—and stick around for a little throwback surprise...
Stay tuned for another update, coming soon from the YouTube star here at ELLE.com. In the meantime, catch up with Rebecca here.
"Walk in the Wild", a song I co-wrote and produced with the uber talented Rivvrs, appears in episode 111 of CBS's new show 'Rush Hour'! Check out the motorcycle scene in "The Dark Knight" episode and let me know if you hear it! You can also stream it on here on Spotify.