Seabird’s “Don’t You Know You’re Beautiful” will be heard on Friday night’s episode of CBS’ Ghost Whisperer. The show, which airs at 8pm EST, recently celebrated its 100th episode. For more information on the program, visit http://www.cbs.com/primetime/ghost_whisperer/.

This most recent television placement adds to an already impressive list of television and movie exposure for Seabird whose songs have been used by Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), Pushing Daisies (ABC), Numb3rs (CBS) and more.

“Don’t You Know You’re Beautiful” garnered the band their first No. 1 radio single on the CHR charts in early March. A music video is also due out shortly in support of the song.

Following dates with Switchfoot earlier this year, the band is currently on a club tour with MySpace Records’ band Sherwood, Black Gold and Reece hitting much of the Midwest and West. Next up for Seabird will be dates with NEEDTOBREATHE, Stephen Kellogg and The Sixers starting in late April running through May. The band is already confirmed for several major summer festivals including Alive Fest, Ichthus Festival, Cornerstone Festival, Creation East, Rock the Desert, Fall Quest, Purple Door and more.

Cincinnati-based Seabird comprises brothers Aaron (vocals/keys) and Ryan (guitar) Morgan as well as Preston Lane (drums) and Brandon Weaver (bass). The band signed with Credential Recordings in late 2007 and released its debut label project,‘Til We See The Shore, June 24, 2008. A collaborative effort with producers Jacquire King (Modest Mouse, Kings Of Leon, Tom Waits, Switchfoot) and Allen Salmon (Mute Math, This Beautiful Republic), the album received phenomenal national publicity, featured on episodes of “Numb3rs,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and promos for ABC’s 12-time Emmy-nominated series, “Pushing Daisies.” Their latest, Rocks Into Rivers, was produced by Paul Moak at the Smoakstack in Nashville, and Matt Hales at Ocean Studios in Los Angeles. The band was also recognized by its hometown as “Artist of the Year” at the 2008 Cincinnati Entertainment. For more information on Seabird, visit: www.seabirdmusic.com or www.myspace.com/seabird.

Seabird Tour Dates, includes all tours. For most updated tour schedule, visit www.myspace.com/seabird.

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