A songwriter beyond his years, Bobby Siegfried weaves songs that cross the genres, pulling fans from everywhere. He pulls influence from the likes of The Beatles, James Taylor, Five for Fighting, Rascal Flatts, and New Radicals to name a few. Bobby’s style of music can’t be classified in one genre, instead seeing him live is a journey across the musical spectrum. Pop in a disc and Bobby will take you on a ride that starts as simple as an acoustic guitar or piano and from there the sky’s the limit.
Bobby started his musical adventure when he was just four. He became an accomplished musician early in his teen years with piano, guitar, bass, and drums all being instruments he excelled on. He took that drive and over the years has written and recorded a vast catalog of songs. One of the many highlights for Bobby to date was putting his music on Jango.com. In the short time since the music has been available he has received countless positive ratings and fans from all over the world.
While working on his soon to be released solo record, Bobby has been playing all around the Lehigh Valley and beyond in various capacities at various events. Two memorable highlights include playing with his Christian rock group at Musikfest and the northeast ELCA regional youth conference. While Bobby does not label himself a Christian artist, his music aimed at being positive and inspiring even if the message challenges listeners to make a positive difference in the world around them.
One of his biggest goals is to surround himself with other accomplished musicians and artists who will challenge him to grow, think differently, innovate, and ultimately become a better artist and songwriter.
Overall, Bobby’s music can be summed up with a quote from the songwriter himself, “I want to reach my listeners and really leave them with something authentic. My ultimate dream is that a song of mine will help someone understand a little bit more about life than they did before they heard my song – even if that simply means realizing they are not alone.”
Bobby Siegfried - Vocals, Bass, Drums, Guitar, Piano
In addition to my solo performances, I have been a member of a local band since 2003 in which my songs have been played and a few of them recorded professionally.
New Video on YouTube (Jan2012)
Always Love (wrote lyrics and music)
Bleeding Dry (wrote lyrics and music)
Take Control (wrote lyrics and music)
Hold On (wrote lyrics and music)
Every Time (wrote music)
Five Minutes In Her Eyes (wrote lyrics and music)
Myself (wrote music)
Mirror (wrote music, co-wrote lyrics)
Sixty-One (wrote lyrics and music)
Bring On All the Rain (wrote lyrics and music)
The Dream Could Be the Miracle (wrote lyrics and music)
If Simon Says (wrote lyrics and music)
I typically put my set list together based on how much time I have, and what audience I'm playing for. I do not generally play covers though I play some of my favorites during a longer show. My style is very eclectic. My concerts - especially when I play acoustically - become very interactive and almost conversational with my audience. Even though I have a band that plays with me for many shows, I'm always able to play smaller acoustic shows on my own and still put on an exciting show for my audience.