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Composer, songwriter, producer, music lover.

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Seth Littlefield is a Seattle based composer, songwriter and producer. His music has been used in 43 countries on over 1200 episodes of nearly 400 different TV shows including: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS), The Voice (NBC), The Big Bang Theory (CBS), The Daily Show With Trevor Noah (Comedy Central), The Flash (CW), Today (NBC), Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!), NFL Football (CBS) and New Day (CNN), to name a few. His music has been used in a national Chick-fil-A ad, an Erie Insurance ad campaign, as well as several McDonald's ads. Seth's song "Around" was featured in the movie After Words starring Academy Award winning actress Marcia Gay Harden. His somber vocal rendition of "My Country Tis' of Thee" was featured in S6E18 of Lifetime's Dance Moms, as well as his song "Win This Life" placed in S5E5 of AMC's "Ride With Norman Reedus."

Seth has also scored music for several projects including: The AFL-CIO’s Hillary Clinton endorsement video, "An Ape Walks Into A Bar" by Eric Maierson and "The Legacy" (winner of a 25th annual Communicator Award).

As a multi-instrumentalist and performer having accompanied a wide range of talented artists such as Joan Rivers, Dave Brubeck, David Sanchez and Tony Award nominee choreographer Donald Byrd, Seth brings an extensive variety of style and vibe to every project he works on.

Seth is currently writing, recording and performing in/around the Seattle area.

Seth Littlefield performing on a 1963 Guild M-20 acoustic guitar outside his Seattle recording studio
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