Sami Siteman Music
My Music Story
I have been singing since I could speak, and I play piano and ukulele. I have performed the National Anthem at several events, opened a concert for The Dan Band, been a member of UC Berkeley's premiere all-female a cappella group, and often post covers of songs on my Instagram.
I started writing songs when I was about 10 years old. When I was 15, I tried out for American Idol and didn't make it, but I started taking my music career more seriously. I started uploading covers to Youtube, writing more songs, and trying to increase my Instagram presence.
In August 2016, before I starting creating my own singer/songwriter music, I played around on GarageBand and created my first single as a DJ, "What I Say." It was such a great learning experience for me to figure out how to produce and how to get music onto Spotify & Apple Music.
In December 2017, after years of writing, I released my debut album as a singer/songwriter, What I Should Have Done - EP. I created that album with the help of my dad and a family friend who graciously allowed me to record in their backyard studio. In October 2018, I released my single, "Fool," with a super cool producer I met through Instagram.
Since then, I have been busy writing new songs, graduating from college, and working as a Product Strategist. I love what I do and I feel lucky to be able to get to continue to pursue my passion for music while still having a day job I love.
You can find my newest EP "All the Ways That This Could Go" and my newest single "New Year's Eve" on all digital platforms.