Sean Driscoll grew up in a tiny farming town in California and is now a professional musician living in Brooklyn, NY.
He has worked and performed with Sting, Lionel Richie, Blood Sweat & Tears, Jennifer Hudson, Jonatha Brooke, Gary Burton, Antonio Sanchez, Duncan Sheik, Clay Aiken, Mario Cantone, Zakir Hussein and many of New York and LA's top musicians. He has also performed on more than fifteen Broadway shows. Though primarily a guitarist, he sings and is a multi-instrumentalist performing on tres, mandolin, ukulele, banjo, piano and bass.
One of his early bands managed to win Best Unsigned Band in a Musician Magazine contest, he earned a Master's Degree in music composition, studied with premier players and teachers in both Boston and New York and counts among his friends and acquaintances some of the best musicians in the world.
He has released two critically lauded CDs and an EP under his own name and currently gigs mostly in NYC with his group.
He drives his neighbors crazy when he practices and his blog can be found at somuchsound.blogspot.com.
JAN 15 MON Highline Ballroom w/ LaChanze New York, NY
JAN 26 FRI Vacaville Perf Arts w/ Blood Sweat & Tears Vacaville, CA
JAN 27 SAT Downey Theatre w/ Blood Sweat & Tears Downey, CA
FEB 8-19 Jungle Theater with Jonatha Brooke Minneapolis, MN
MAR 15 THU City Winery with Jonatha Brooke Boston, MA
MAR 16 FRI City Winery with Jonatha Brooke Chicago, IL
MAR 17 SAT Dennos Museum with Jonatha Brooke Traverse City, MI
MAR 18 SUN The Ark with Jonatha Brooke Ann Arbor, MI
If you're interested in lessons, I teach privately in New York City and also while on the road. Before I head out, I send out a note on my blog and Twitter of the cities I'll be in. Let me know if you're interested and we'll make it happen.
In addition, I've begun to do lessons on Skype if we can't meet in person. Contact me for details.
I have lots of lessons on my site, somuchsound.blogspot.com which are free. Check them out before taking a private lesson to see what I do. I teach beginners to advanced players. You let me know what you're interested in learning.