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About me

Sean Gavin is a talented musician inspired by folk, rock, country, and pop. The Galway-based musician plays a range of instruments that he includes throughout his set. He is a gifted violinist and guitarist and has a soulful unique voice. Sean became a part of New York underground folk scene and played on stages introductory shows to the Lumineers. Sean has played on some of the biggest stages in America and has headlined the Hunter Mountain Music Festival and also played at Croke Park Stadium and at festivals such as Electric Picnic Festival in Ireland. His wide repertoire of music appeals to all audiences.
Sean Gavin is a highly experienced musician and DJ with the charisma and personality to make any event a success.

HE also has a band which provide music for events, hotels, weddings, corporate events and other functions and have vast experience touring Ireland and New York.

His clever mix of old and new favorites makes him the perfect choice for entertainment for events.

Youtube clips include these professional takes https://youtu.be/f0f7cph1gRs

https://youtu.be/f0f7cph1gRs

Sean has a clever collaboration with electric violin and DJ which is sure to go turn heads at whatever event he plays.

Specific details

Gender Man
Are you a solo artist or in a band? Soloist
Country Of Origin Ireland
Language: English, French
What genres do you play? 1980s to 1990s, 2000 on, Acoustic, Bluegrass, Blues, Classical, Country, Dance, Dance & Electronic, Dance-Punk, Folk, Funk, Indie, Instrumentals, Jazz, Modern Jazz, Pop, Pop, Power Pop, Progressive Rock, Rock, Rock, Soul, Swing
If so where? (Venues, dates) McGettigan's and Taj Hotels
Can/Do you play with other musicians? Yes

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