Hot Apple Pie is an American country music band founded in 2002 by Brady Seals, its lead singer. Formerly a member of the country music band Little Texas (in which he and Tim Rushlow alternated as lead vocalists), Brady pursued a solo career on Warner Bros. Records in the late 1990s before founding Hot Apple Pie. The other members of Hot Apple Pie include Keith Horne (bass guitar), Trey Landry (drums) and Kevin Ray (lead guitar). Ray replaced Matt "Sparky" Matejka, who left in 2006.
In 2005, Hot Apple Pie released its debut album on DreamWorks Records' Nashville division.