Born and raised in the small farming community of Spiritwood Saskatchewan, Brody grew up in a family full of musical talent where he was heavily influenced by older brother Riley Siebert. Brody flew down to Nashville in November of 2014 where he recorded three songs. The first single Lay it on Me Tonight hit 67 on the Mediabase charts and second single Back in Mine reached 63. Country 107.3's Randy Owen from Ontario said this about Brody after his 2014 CCMA Sask Music Showcase- "new Saskatchewan artist Brody Siebert (I love his passion, his music, his voice and the fact he's a Waylan Jennings fan like me! Looking forward to seeing his career take off! P.S. I'm not too worried about the current state of country music with such talented, young up-and-comers like Brody!)"
Coming from a family of musical talent Brody has worked hard to be the musician he is today and wants to be. Brody started learning guitar when he was 15 and started learning to sing very shortly after. His love for writing songs is beyond this world and shows very strong talent in the field of writing. Having played numerous outdoor venues like the Carlton Trail Jamboree, Country at The Creek, Craven Country Jamboree. He has had the great opportunity of opening for The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at the Craven Country Jamboree, Opened for Aaron Pritchett at The Pump Roadhouse In Regina SK, and has played numerous bars around Saskatchewan with his band Thirty Aught Six.
He was the 2014 CKRM Proudly Saskatchewan Showcase winner put on at Casino Regina and was a finalist in the CKRM Big Country Talent show at The Pump in 2013. With big dreams and a plan for a hopeful long successful career keep an eye out for this great new up and coming Canadian country act Brody Siebert.
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