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As a 14 year old boy Sean was introduced to guitar based music by a school friend. Sean became instantly hooked on the instrument and began researching as many influences as he could. All the blues greats: the Kings (Albert, BB and Freddie), Collins, Cray, alongside Moore, Knopfler, Lang and of course the reason Sean says he plays guitar…. Eric Clapton. Music from that point became Sean’s main focus in life.
Sean has now become an inspiring guitarist, vocalist and song writer with a great reputation on the British and European blues and rock scene. He has also appeared on national FOX TV in Austin Texas, recorded live sessions for BBC radio 2 and appeared for interviews on many regional radio and TV shows.
His band has seen members come and go but Sean continues to do what he does best – write and perform incredible blues songs.

Sean has released 5 albums and 1 EP. His 6th and latest album entitled Leave Your Heart At The Door has Sean going back to being the only guitarist on the album, something which hasn’t happened since his first. At the risk of sounding like a cliché, the album REALLY does have something for everyone. It has blues, ballads and mainstream offerings which Sean hopes will keep his fans interested.
NIGEL FOSTER of The Blues Foundation is quoted as saying about the new album “The resultant impression I am left with is a really superb album that manages to effortlessly straddle the divide between Blues and high quality AOR, interspersed with splashes of Soul and Country. 

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