Mitch Siegal

Mitch Siegal

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Rock - Modern | West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 15,712   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 2/24/2021

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Mitch Siegal resides in Palm Beach Gardens Florida.
He has been compared to Coldplay, Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day and the Killers.
Credits:
Keeping up with the Kardashians (Moons over Montana Season 10 episode 12)
Mitch Siegal Radio on Pandora, MTV Licensed 4 songs,
Skindred CD credit (Roots, Rock, Riot) from Benji Webbe
Semi Finalist UK Songwriting Competition,
Winner Broadjam Challenge 30 sec. Commercial,
Honorable Mention Dallas Songwriting Competition,
Yamaha International Music Production Contest 4th place,
Recording Contract with Songs of Love Foundation,
Placed #1 in the Overall Earth category at Broadjam.com/mitch
Chosen for the Art of Men compilation CD (Warrior Girl Music productions) 08.

Recording Magazine Listings 07-08 for songs "The Beautiful End" and "Cherry Sno-Cone"

Palm Beach Post 06 write up for Sounds Of Summer
Sunfest in South Florida 06 and 07,
The Mint in LA 09

CONTACT INFO:

Email: Docsiegal@aol.com

Website: www.mitchsiegal.com

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Latest News

Playing live at Spotos Oyster bar and Downtown at the Gardens from 7-10 pm.


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Chris Landi posted over 30 days ago to Mitch Siegal


Hi Mitch, we had connected years and years ago. Just listened to some more of your music, and love it even more. Super talented. Thanks Mitch, Chris Landi

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Penny Towers posted over 30 days ago


Hi Mitch! "Still In Love" is a beauty!


John Walradt posted over 30 days ago


Hi, Mitch. It's taken me awhile to respond because I put into practice what you were telling me about. I added background party vocals to "Studly Do-Right" and just a little brass section and some reverb, then submitted it to a post on drinking songs. If it doesn't work out, well, I'll try it again. Perhaps a different version with the harmonica and female background vocals as you suggested, and you have really good ideas. Many thanks for your review and encouragement! I listened to a couple of your terrific tunes and now that I'm settling down some, I'll have to listen to some more. Best wishes, John


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