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Born the son of a barrel-racer from Brooklyn (mom) and a bull-rider from the Bronx (dad), and raised on a small horse farm in Stormville, New York; Seth Faulk divided most of his early childhood between horseback riding and banging on pots and pans with wooden spoons. After his grandfather bought him his first drum kit for his seventh birthday, he began to devote his life to music; studying with several notable drummers and percussionists (Ray DesRoches, Jim Petercsak, and Ralph Guzman; among others), and graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor's degree in Studio Production from the Purchase School Of The Arts in Westchester County. In 2007, he was awarded the title of "Best Drummer" at the Emergenza International Music Festival & Battle-Of-The-Bands World Finals in Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber, Bayern, Germany.

Seth has appeared on recordings, on stage, and on screen with artists including Rihanna, Ingrid Michaelson, "American Idol's" Chris Daughtry, A Great Big World, O-Town, and more; and he can now be found in the studio or on tour with acts including Todd Carey, Constantine Maroulis, On The Sun, and The Nightmare River Band. He also co-hosts the songwriting podcast "Why Don't You Write A Song About It?" from his home studio in Brooklyn.