Ryan Seaton Releasing Solo Album On Crossroads

Those of you who receive the e-newsletter from Crossroads may have already noticed this, but Ryan Seaton is releasing his solo CD, The Stage Is Bare, on Crossroads.  It remains to be seen if Seaton has signed on as a label artist, or if Crossroads picked up the distribution rights for the project (similar to the way they have The Dills), but either way it’s a big signing for the label.  Ryan has all kinds of name recognition due to his time with Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, and his association with Crossroads, no matter what the nature, can’t be anything but a win-win for both entities.  Listening to the sound clips, it seems that Seaton is positioning himself to try and become SG’s answer to Michael Buble.  His CD cover even bears a striking resemblance to Buble’s It’s Time CD.  Buble is wildly popular, and that style definitely can fit within the SG fold, so here’s hoping it works out for him!  I’m personally a Buble fan, so I’m definitely interested in seeing how Seaton succeeds.

About Wes Burke
I'm a .NET developer and Southern Gospel music fan. Married with a wonderful family.

2 Responses to Ryan Seaton Releasing Solo Album On Crossroads

  1. jgurnett says:

    Pretty weak by whomever designed Seaton’s cover. It’s fine if he’s positioning himself as SG’s equivalent of Buble’ but stealing a design concept like that is pretty lame.

  2. Brad says:

    I think Aaron Minick is Southern Gospel’s Michael Buble. Have you heard his CD “The Gospel”? It is excellent if you like the jazz/big band sound.

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