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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, multiplatinum singer-songwriter Brady Seals, formerly of supergroup Little Texas, releases his re-recorded version of "My Love" to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the smash hit that ascended to No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs in 1994. The song, which is "complete with stacked chorus vocal harmonies and is a welcome reminder of what a lovely song it is (MusicRow)," is available everywhere today.

To stream and download "My Love," click HERE.

Seals co-wrote "My Love" with Tommy Barnes and Porter Howell and sang lead vocals on the original version which became the first No. 1 for Little Texas. Seals returned to the studio with the song’s original producer Christy DiNapoli to commemorate three decades since the release of the power ballad from Big Time. This iconic song propelled the album to sell over two million copies, and now, 30 years later, Seals returns to celebrate one of the defining hits of the 90s.

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Brady Seals, a celebrated singer-songwriter and artist, carries a remarkable musical pedigree as part of the Seals family, connected to industry luminaries like Jimmy Seals, Dan Seals and Troy Seals. With over 11 million albums sold, Seals' career soared during his six-year tenure with Little Texas, contributing to three consecutive number one hits and earning the ASCAP Triple Play Award. His solo journey showcased collaborations with Rodney Crowell and a self-titled CD featuring industry icons like Vince Gill and Ricky Skaggs. As the driving force behind Hot Apple Pie, dubbed "Music City's Super Group," Seals achieved the highest-selling debut for a country group in the Neilson SoundScan era. A versatile performer, co-founder of Music City Pickers LIVE!, and leader of Seals & Crofts 2, Brady Seals continues to make waves, garnering millions of streams for his latest singles, including "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight."

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