Rob Seals ""

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Rob Seals is a songwriter, producer, and musician based in Los Angeles, California. Songs he has written or produced have appeared in prominent shows on MTV, ABC, E!, in feature and short films and documentaries, and on national radio.  Rob has collaborated with #1 hitmakers in three different genres.  He has produced, written, and recorded with artists as talented and diverse as postpunk laptop rapper MC Lars (formerly Nettwerk Management), American Idol Junior Winner turned actress Lucy Hale, Americana songstresses Claire Holley (formerly Yep Roc Records) and Kat Maslich-Bode of Eastmountainsouth (formerly Dreamworks), singer/songwriter Allie Moss (Ingrid Michaelson), and folk artist Dave Potts, whom XM Radio host and recording artist Christine Lavin has hailed as the "best new singer/songwriter of 2007" for the album which Seals produced, engineered, played on, and mixed.

Born and raised in Chattanooga, TN with an architect father and a social worker mother, Rob grew up in a household that championed creativity and modeled service. Rob taught songwriting at the Seth Riggs Summer Vocal Program in Los Angeles from 2004-2007 and has performed and taught workshops at schools, universities, and programs coast to coast for the past decade-plus.  He currently teaches songwriting at The SongWriting School of Los Angeles.  He privately coaches a limited number of songwriters (both in-person at his Burbank studio and via video conferencing with clients in six countries), utilizing an original and innovative curriculum to cultivate and refine the individual talents of each artist.  Because of his extensive background as teacher and motivator and his skills in arranging, Rob frequently is invited to co-write and produce debut recordings for younger and emerging artists. 

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