Since 2000, these skilled musicians have entertained guests at corporate events, country clubs, al fresco dining,
wedding ceremonies & cocktail hours, and private parties across some of Chicago's greatest venues.
Sean began his career at a college talent show where he delivered a stirring rendition of “American Pie” which, to his surprise, brought the entire auditorium to their feet and landed him on the front page of the school newspaper. (see GALLERY). After his graduation, Sean fulfilled a lifetime dream and moved to Spain where he honed his skills in local ‘tavernas’ and gained much of the Latin influences that he still incorporates today.
Upon his return to Chicago, Sean toured the country as the lead singer for a nationally known Dave Matthews cover band. He’s performed with Brett Michaels and Bobby Dall from Poison, bass player Stu Cook from Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Todd Park Mohr, from Big Head Todd & The Monsters.
Sean has spent the last fifteen years playing popular Chicago venues, country clubs, corporate events, festivals and private parties as a solo or duo acoustic artist. When Sean is not performing he is a full-time ESL (English Second Language) teacher working with children grades K through 7.
Wes began playing on the Chicago club scene at age 15 with a variety of jazz and rock acts. Shortly thereafter he received a full scholarship to University of Illinois at Chicago where he won the prestigious Bar Association Music Award.
In the 90's he was a part of Chicago's Wicker Park music scene performing regularly with members of Tortoise and Wilco. As a regular studio musician at Gravity Studios he performed on numerous recordings including the Grammy Nominated, self-titled album Studebaker John and the Hawks. More recently, Wes played a tenor sax solo for Phil Collins on a tribute record for his dear friend legendary songwriter, John Martyn. Wes has played with or opened for War, Ziggy Marley, Maceo Parker, Smashing Pumpkins, Guster, 3 Dog Night, Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel), Adrian Belew, Oz Noy, Dave Weckl, Tony Williams, Umphree’s McGee, Andrew Lloyd Weber, Tributosaurus, Robert Irving and Richard Patterson (Miles Davis), and Rolling Stones sidemen Jack Leavell, Tim Ries and Bernard Fowler (and many more).
Wes resides in Chicago and continues to write, record, produce and perform hundreds of dates per year.