A Nashville-based, Georgia-raised country-pop singer/songwriter with equal amounts of swagger and sweetness, Seth Ennis broke onto the scene in 2016 with his heartfelt debut single, "Woke Up in Nashville." The son of a military colonel, Ennis spent his formative years honing his chops while traveling base to base with his family in locales like Georgia; Alabama; Washington, D.C.; and Japan. He began his musical development on piano at the age of five. As the years went on he added drums and guitar to his arsenal, and by the age of 13 he was writing, playing, and singing his own material. Ennis spent his late teens and early twenties touring as a multi-instrumentalist before striking out on his own and inking a deal with Sony Music Nashville in 2015. The following year saw the release of the ballad "Woke Up in Nashville," which drew favorable comparisons to contemporaries like Hunter Hayes, Dierks Bentley, and Lee Brice and was later featured on his debut EP, Mabelle, in 2017. 2018 brought the sentimental ballad "Call Your Mama."
Seth Ennis Biography
by James Christopher Monger