Wil Seabrook

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Wil Seabrook
Born (1976-10-25) October 25, 1976 (age 40)
Origin Morganton, North Carolina
Occupation(s) Musician

Wil Seabrook (born October 25, 1976) is a musician, singer, and songwriter from Morganton, North Carolina. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.


Wil Seabrook released his self-titled debut album in August, 2000. The first single from that album, "You Do What You Have To," was named Record of the Week by BBC Radio 2. In 2005, he ventured out again as a solo artist and released a solo EP entitled, "New EP."

He later signed with Mercy Records and began to record his second studio album "One Dozen Summers" in November 2006. Shortly thereafter, in January 2007, he began to tour again to promote "One Dozen Summers" which was released on August 14, 2007.

In early 2009 Wil was commissioned to write a song for The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation titled 'Tomorrow Will Come'.[1] All proceeds from the sale of this track will go directly to the Foundation. Lior Goldenberg (Alanis Morrissette, Vanessa Carlton, Blink 182) produced and mixed the track for Wil.

In 2009, Wil signed on with ATN Management. He is currently recording his as yet unnamed solo album and will be touring again in September to promote it.

He also performed the song "Inside" in the movie The six wives of Henrey Lefay that played in theatres in 2009.

Rockstar INXS Appearance[edit]

Seabrook appeared in the first season of Rock Star INXS.[2] He performed two songs in the regular competition, Heroes and Right Here, Right Now. After his performance of Right Here Right Now was ranked in the bottom three, Seabrook became the second contestant to be eliminated from the show (July 13, 2005). For his elimination performance, Seabrook sang Need You Tonight.


The Wil Seabrook Band[edit]

  1. 2002 - The Wil Seabrook Band (EP)
  2. 2003 - It's Your Life and They're Living It for You (Maverick, never released)

Wil Seabrook[edit]

  1. 2000 - Wil Seabrook
  2. 2005 - New (EP)
  3. 2007 - One Dozen Summers
  4. 2008 - How You Fall (EP)
  5. 2009 - Exit to Temple Street


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