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Jersey Boys Tour hits TOKYO!

I’ve feel so blessed to have been a part of this tour so far, and we just got some news that’s the icing on the cake! We’ll be doing a limited engagement in Tokyo, Japan beginning the end of June. Excited to meet all my long distance friends on the other side of the world! Come on out!!

For full list of my remaining tour dates visit http://www.jerseyboysinfo.com/tour/schedule.html

Jersey Boys Japan

 

 

 

ITUNES

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Valentine’s Day.

It can be great or it can be obnoxious. It’s fun when things are going well in your relationship or you’re in love. But what if you’re single? Or your love life is on the rocks?

I wanted to release a song about love for the month of February. But this one’s about the struggle of love; the bumps, the trust issues, and the decision you’ve got to make whether or not it’s something worth fighting for.

I co-wrote this song, Battle Lines, with Nate Boone from Detroit. We met, wrote, and recorded the final version on the same day. Universal themes like this have a way of flowing easily in the studio, cause we’ve all been through it.

I hope you enjoy the song, and trust that fighting for love is worth it. It has been for me.

Cheers,
Drew

By request, here are the lyrics. Glad you guys are digging the song. Happy Valentine’s Day!

BATTLE LINES Drew Seeley/ Nate Boone

V1
Why does it feel like we’re doing hard time
Cause I don’t wanna live to die
you know baby I’m just dying to live, again
You and I
We were young, we were living wild
Been so long since I seen that smile
Something I can only get when I give, and

PC
I know we said some things and we can take ‘em back
And you know you did some things, but I’m ok with that
I ain’t giving up on everything we used to have
And I can’t lose this fight

CH
We’ve drawn these battle lines
Straight across our hearts
Why don’t we tear ‘em out
before we’re ripped apart
And we’ve got these battle scars,
They could fade with time
But they tell story of you and me
so I’m keeping mine

V2
Just love, from the start, ever since day one
Held up me up like your laugh was a gun
So I put my heart in the bag for you, now I’m asking you
Can love be the thing that we focus on?
We ain’t gotta be a breakup song
Cause when it all goes down, you know that I’ll fight for you

PC
I know we said some things and we can take ‘em back
And you know I did some things, are you ok with that?
Please don’t give up everything we used to have
we can’t lose this fight

CH
We’ve drawn these battle lines
Straight across our hearts
Why don’t we tear ‘em out
before we’re ripped apart
And we’ve got these battle scars,
They could fade with time
But they tell story of you and me
so I’m keeping mine

Bridge
Battle lines
I think it’s time we lose them
Battle lines
Let’s pick them up and move them
These aren’t just written lines
and I cross my heart
we gotta turn the page
And make a brand new start

CH
Where we don’t need battle lines
Straight across our hearts
Why don’t we tear ‘em out
before we’re ripped apart
And we’ve got these battle scars,
They could fade with time
But they tell story of you and me
so I’m keeping mine

So, as some of you may know already, one of my New Years resolutions was to release a new song every month in 2015. It’s been a while, and I know how patient you guys have been. Well, no more excuses. It’s January. So, here’s the first one!

This is a tune a tune I co-wrote with the talented guys from Right Hook Productions in New York, Scott Mann and Chad Royce. I was on a George Michael kick writing this, and has a little early Maroon 5 vibe to it also.

I thought this was a good way to start of the year. We’ve all got things we desire. Now is the time to go for it, whatever that means to you. Make it happen. You were uniquely created to do amazing things, and to do them with style.

My greatest desire is a 2015 without any creative regrets; meaning holding nothing back, sharing my art with the world, doing work that scares me and inspiring others to do the same.

What’s your desire?

D

 

Desire

The Jersey Boys and myself wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas from the road. Have a blessed day! Drew

We start 3 weeks in my beautiful hometown of Toronto TONIGHT! Here’s a video from the CityTV morning show today, performing the Four Seasons’ song ‘Beggin’

http://www.bttoronto.ca/videos/3947593289001/

Barry Anderson, Taylor Peckham, Drew Seeley, Nicolas Dromard and Keith Hines sing “For the Longest Time” at the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids benefit concert “Rock Like a Man” in Sacramento, CA, at the Sacramento Theatre Company’s cabaret space.

All proceeds went to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids. The concert was held in partnership with the Sacramento Theatre Company and featured artists from the touring company of Jersey Boys, and special guest Stephan Stubbins from Transcendence Theatre Company in Sonoma.

Drums: John Rochette
Bass: Brian Lafontaine
Guitar: Jacob Chidester
Keys: Taylor Peckham

 

Like Michael Jackson? We just released a parody music video of Michael Jackson’s “Remember the Time!” It’s a cooking parody called “Remember the Thyme,” as a promo for WORKSHOP Season 3!

Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NIxav8xyxM

If you like it, please share it with your friends! WORKSHOP Season 3 is written, and we’re hoping to bring you the third season soon!

Drew Seeley & Nate Golon

 

So excited to share this news with you guys! Starting mid-October, I’ll be playing Bob Gaudio in the 2nd National Tour of Jersey Boys! If you’ve seen the show already, you know it’s fantastic! Here’s a list of the cities we’ll be coming to over the next year -

http://www.jerseyboysinfo.com/tour/schedule.html

And link to purchase TIX! -

http://www.jerseyboysinfo.com/tickets/

Jersey Boys

 

This tour is an awesome excuse to meet you guys all over the country that have been following me since the beginning! Come out and see us, take some pics, sing some tunes, and we’ll have an awesome night! See you on the road!

Cheers!
Drew