About This Episode:
'I would rather be significant in people’s lives in the ways that are unseen than just have a platform.' - SEBELL
In this episode of The Couragecast, I'm excited to share my very first conversation with a male guest. In this episode singer-songwriter, Greg Sebell shares the in's and out's of a life on the road, and how after seven years he will be back on tour with brand new music. He explains that life as a musician is not always easy and how this year he hit a wall and caused him to diversify his talents and his time.
[ SEBELL ] is a two-time Juno Award Winner (Canada’s Grammy). The indie-pop artist was named by Entertainment Tonight as a “Canadian To Watch” after releasing a Billboard Top 10 hit "Till The Sun Burns Out”, which broke Top 40 Canadian radio in just over a week and a half. [ SEBELL ] followed that success with, "Promiseland", which debuted on Spotify's Canadian Viral chart at #1, and later a remix of the same song by STINT (Banks, Gallant, Demi Lovato), which reached #3 on the Hype Machine global remix chart.
While the name [SEBELL] may sound new, the artist behind it is no stranger to music. He has previously released multiple albums under his given name, Greg Sczebel. He has won the coveted John Lennon Songwriting contest twice, took top honour at the Billboard World Song Contest and nabbed a Western Canadian Music award.
As [SEBELL], he has been nominated for 2 Canadian Indie Awards (Pop Artist of the Year, Pop Song of the Year) and his song, "See Through the Heart" was featured in its entirety on NBC’s Saving Hope. More recently his song "Darkside" aired in the final season of MTV's Teen Wolf.
Calling Los Angeles, Nashville, Toronto and Vancouver home (he has belongings in storage in every city), [SEBELL] has lived a nomadic life for the past couple years, working on his upcoming release "Songs For Flight Delays" - the follow-up EP to his self-titled album, featuring the new single, "FOMY (Fear Of Missing You)" along with 5 other new songs.