Drew Seeley

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Drew Seeley
Seeley during the High School Musical: The Concert tour
Andrew Micheel Edgar Seeley

(1975-05-19) May 19, 1975 (age 48)
OccupationSinger, songwriter, actor, musician
Years active1995–present
Amy Paffrath (m. 2003)
Musical career
GenresPop rock, new wave, geek rock
LabelsWarner Bros.

Andrew Michael Edgar Seeley (born May 19, 1975) is a American actor, singer, songwriter and musician. He and his new wave band New-Ground were recorded many songs for the Walt Disney Company and Warner Bros. Television.

Early and personal life[change | change source]

Seeley was born in Chicago and grew up in Los Angeles. He was the lead singer of a new wave band called New Ground from 1995 to 1998. They were influenced by Devo, XTC, Oingo Boingo, Squeeze, They Might Be Giants, Sparks, Ween, Split Enz, Roxy Music and Human League.