Music Fans

Join OurStage to discover and listen to new music from great indie artists.

Login or sign up


Get exposure building your fan base and selling music.

Find opportunities through our competitions.

Artist Sign Up



Video Playback Error

The Adobe Flash Player is required to watch videos on this page

About craigsiegelbaum

Coram, NY

Guitarist/Composer Craig Siegelbaum formerly of the acclaimed Long Island,NY band Supergenius has made music for most of his life. Taking a wide range of influences, Craig has created his own style. His main focus the past couple of years has been writing and recording instrumental music for television and film. Craig is also a guitarist/songwriter for the band Half Circle Drive. A band that he originally helped form. Visit for more info. Craig's music has been spun by several DJ's from around the country. He also has written,performed and/or recorded with Singer/songwriter Gina Cutillo and has also had the pleasure of working with such artists as Nine Days,Twenty After, Johnny B.Hive and Earthling Massive among others.

Craig released his first solo album "The Space Of Sound" in July 2010. The album is available digitally worldwide on iTunes.

Here is what fans and critics are saying about Craig:

"I like your stuff alot" -Scott Rockenfield(Legendary Drummer from Queensryche. YES HE REALLY DID SAY THAT!)

"Craig Siegelbaum has a great guitar sound" -Mike Ferrari(Aural Fix Magazine,Publisher and Radio show host)

Craig Siegelbaum: "From Long Island, New York, this guitarist will take you on a sonic journey into the soul of his instrument, very much like our West Coast friend Joe Satriani. Jeff Beck like, with a Robin Trower backbone. For guitar lovers everywhere". -From:

"You have figured out how to make a full sound. I think your stuff has overtones of greatness. guitars cool, melody-complex enough, the production is studio quality." -Reqquiem from Las Vegas, Nevada

"Instrumentation is lovely. textures are soft and gripping. this is wonderful stuff to groove to--driving again late on an overpass turning sideways round milwaukee while lake michigan reflects skyscrapers and the shoulder bites the tires to the beat. production is perfect. song is spectacular. lovelylovely and haunting." - coleclosser from Springfield, Missouri

"Very well produced Guitars : Good Melody : Good Production : Very Good." -MauTheMan,Sao Paulo, Brazil

More About The Artist

Portrait of craigsiegelbaum