Sink or Swim!
Seth Campbell left a "real job" in the Midwest to chase his real dreams on the coast.
Seth Campbell is a talented musician, singer, and songwriter based out of St. Petersburg, FL, who found mass success by appearing on season 11 of the TV show America’s Got Talent with Julian Davis in 2016.
In 2017, Seth moved from the Kansas City area to Clearwater, FL. Knowing nobody, Seth left behind a real estate sales career, friends, and family to pursue his love of music and find out what he's made of.
Seth Campbell spent his nights in Clearwater Beach serving tables and playing music on street corners for money until his first agent signed him.
Seth was no stranger to the stage. He knew what to do.
Now Seth Campbell plays festivals, venues, events, bars, restaurants, cocktail hours, cafes, hotels, yoga classes, open houses, and theaters predominantly around his home in the greater Tampa Bay, Florida area, but also travels across the country playing shows.
Campbell played in bands opening up for acts including Bruce Hornsby, Randy Rogers, Kevin Fowler and Turnpike Troubadours.
In 2019 Seth toured and played at the famous Old Point Bar, the most-filmed bar in New Orleans; SXSW Music Festival Showcase in Austin, TX; and Summerfest and Hempfest in Milwaukee, WI.
Seth performs his music blending flavors of classic rock, alternative, pop, blues, R&B, funk, jazz and folk.
Seth has written over 20 original songs and knows familiar cover songs for those who want to stroll down memory lane and sing along.
You can find Seth Campbell's original music on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, and YouTube. He is currently working on a full length album of original music.
Punch Brothers, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, The Strokes, Rolling Stones, John Mayer, Ben Folds, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Mac Miller, Incubus, Amy Winehouse, Black Keys, Eric Clapton, Violent Femmes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Reverend Horton Heat, Post Malone, Tom Petty, Tony Rice, Dwight Yoakam, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, John Coltrane, Jack White, and Eric Gales