At a young age, Seth Bunting found a passion for singing. He was raised in West Virginia where he was surrounded by gospel, country, pop, and a brother (Tyler) with a particularly diverse taste of jazz and rock, being a drummer/guitar player himself. It was long before Seth even knew what he was singing about that his parents (Jeri Lynn and Michael Bunting) saw his love for his surrounding music and ability to fall into the melody and sing the correct notes! Throughout the years Seth sang as often as possible, finding a stage and an audience for anyone who would listen. He was actively singing in church, in theatrical performances, and competitions from the age of five to 15. It was at one of these competitions that Seth was discovered by a talent scout. Through this Seth was able to continue his passion further but writing, recording, and performing his upcoming album at the time, now known as “Chrome Country” released spring of 2017.
His first single, “That’s What I’m Talkin’ ‘Bout” marked his debut to the country music world, co-written by the talented Anita Cox and Corey Barker. The song is an up-tempo melodic country song that displays Seth’s vocal talent, but not everything he could give just yet of course. Since his childhood, Seth has loved pop music and the emotion, feeling and stories he could write in it. He used this leverage to give his country album a bit of twist, original flavor, so called “polish,” hence the title “Chrome Country!” It was in this timeframe where scheduling became a hinder to Seth’s educational experience and got homeschooled for his last two years and graduated early to relocate his life from West Virginia to Nashville, Tennessee where he is currently co-writing, traveling, and collaborating with local musicians while we wait the release of his newest tracks.