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Sean Kane
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play hi-fi  Peggy Gordon
play hi-fi  Cemetery Sunday
play hi-fi  A Nation of One
play hi-fi  I Must Go
play hi-fi  Jack of All Trades
play hi-fi  Whiskey in the Jar
play hi-fi  McRae's Reel
Sean Kane writes acoustic folk rock songs, inspired by the Irish and American traditional sound, about people on the borders of nationality, identity, and culture. People caught between two places, physically and emotionally: immigrants, expatriates, and outsiders of every profession and persuasion.
Do you play live?

Every Saturday at the Irish Cultural Centre of New England.

First Friday of every month: Brennan's with the Irish Thornes.

Opening for: Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies, Gaelic Storm; Clancy, O'Connell, Clancy.
Band History:
Sean has been a musician since he was seven. He played classical and jazz trumpet through high school. He was the youngest member up until that point in time to be selected for the nationally known high school jazz band. He was selected for solo trumpetist.

As a guitarist and singer, Sean started playing out at Tommy McGann's Irish Embassy, south of Boston, in the early '90's.

He is the founder (1997) of the Blackthorne Tavern seisiun in s. Easton, MA, USA.

Sean has played with, or opened for: Liam Clancy, Robbie O'Connell, Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies, Teada, Gaelic Storm, Liz Carroll and John Doyle, among others.

His album, A NATION OF ONE: released through Arise! Records in April of 2006.

Your influences?
Irish-lilted acoustic pop. Acoustic, folk, trad, pop, singer/songwriter, Waterboys, Mike Scott, Pete Townsend
Favorite spot?
Dublin, Ireland
Kilbeggan, Westmeath
Equipment used:
DCSM Taylor with Fishman internal and Pro EQ direct box/pre amp. 60mm pick!

Martin D16GT. It's a monster!
Anything else...?
Sean's "A Nation of One" is featured on National Public Radio's Open Mic.

First Fridays at Brennan's with the Irish Thornes.

Saturday Session at Irish Cultural Centre of New England.
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