Born in London into a musical family (father Bob Siebenberg drummer in Supertramp and Scott Gorham guitar player in Thin Lizzy), Jesse Siebenberg spent a lot of time in studios and on the road getting aquainted with life as a musician. As Jess puts is, “I started out on toys ‘r’ us Muppets drum kits, and as I got bigger was able to reach the pedals of my dad’s kit. I then moved on to learning bass, guitar, keys, and whatever else was laying around that I wouldn’t get grounded for tampering with!”
Jesse Siebenberg began doing professional gigs at age thirteen as a drummer. Around that time he was given access to his father’s home studio to learn to write and record his own compositions.
After finishing high school and with a few national tours under his belt, Jesse attended Berklee College of Music in Boston on a scholarship to study film scoring, music production/engineering and composition.
At the age of 20, Jesse Siebenberg joined Supertramp and contributed percussion, keyboard, guitar, and vocal work on stage and in the studio. Playing various instruments on numerous albums, Jesse began branching out into production.
Producing a few other groups and honing his craft, he then co-produced Crosby Loggins’ debut album “We All Go Home”. From there he caught the attention of Crosby’s father Kenny, and completed co-production of his new album “How About Now”.
Jesse met fellow singer/songwriter/producer Todd Hannigan at a session at Brotheryn Studios. They partnered up and have been operating Brotheryn studios since 2002. Brotheryn won awards for “Shelter” (best film X-Dance), “Hallowed Ground” (ESPN’s Action Sports Movie of the Year), “Thicker Than Water” (Surfer Magazine’s Video of the Year), “September Sessions” (ESPN’s Best Sports Movie of the Year), “Flow” (Best Documentary X-Dance), "Sliding Liberia" (people's choice Alpinist FF, nominated for best score XDance), "Wave Riders" (Jameson's Irish Int. FF Viewers' Choice), “Shape Of Water” (Best Feature Documentary, World Cinema Award, Best Director (San Francisco Women’s Film Festival), National Association for Film and Digital Media Artists INSIGHT awards of excellence: Original score, editing, human rights, post-production, research, and original score… Jesse also co-produced Todd Hannigan’s critically acclaimed debut album Volume 1. Jesse introduced a third partner to Brotheryn- Jason Mariani whom he met working on the latest Supertramp album.
Jesse Siebenberg has traveled extensively nationally and internationally as a touring musician with groups such as Supertramp, Hanna-McEuen, A Fine Frenzy, Kenny Loggins, Crosby Loggins, Todd Hannigan and the Heavy 29's, John McEuen and the String Wizards, Whisky Falls, Mark Hart (Crowded House) and many other bands of different genres.
In 2003 he had a lead single hit in Europe with a project called Gaia which he promoted extensively, performing at such events as “Art On Ice” featuring Olympic gold medalist Evgeni Plushenko.
He has co-billed with groups such as Coldplay, Wilco, Lenny Kravitz, The Black Keys, and has performed on Jay Leno and many other national and international TV promotion. Recently he has toured with Roger Hodgson playing bass in Brazil and Europe.
Jesse Siebenberg's debut album, “Undiscovery”, is complete will be promoted extensively in the coming months. Jesse describes it as an accumulation of everything he’s learned about life and music thus far, and is looking forward to putting out much more music over the coming years.
In 2009 Jesse Siebenberg was on tour with Roger Hodgson and A Fine Frenzy. He also produced new Kenny Loggins childrens album "All Join In" for Disney coinciding with Pooh/Tigger movie and produced Josh Golden's new LP, Todd Hannigan's "Volume 2 Courtside for the Apocalypse", Lee Koch's "Same As Blood", and Delaney Gibson's "The Worst Kind Of Way".
Jesse is also working with Amy Adams (American Idol), Liz Golden, Joey Ryan, among others.