10 Songs, 37 Minutes


His gorgeous country-rock hits a new gear.

Mastered for iTunes


His gorgeous country-rock hits a new gear.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

50 Ratings

50 Ratings



In my never ending search for new stuff, this guy is at the TOP of my list. Amazing voice and lyrics. Can't wait for the entire album. Hope he comes to LA, cause I can tell he'd be great to hear live. Wow!

Amazing songwriter, singer and performer

The Nasty Neighbor

Sean is one of the best songwriters and singers I hand ever heard. The only reason I can think of that he is not more popular is because he doesn't want to be. He has a way to make you feel the emotion in every word, and a beautiful voice. If you ever get a to please see him In Concert, don't pass it up.

Much anticipated new songs!


I have been a fan of Sean McConnell for a long time and can say this album definitely lives up to my expectations! Love love love!

About Sean McConnell

A rootsy singer/songwriter known for his passionate but down-to-earth approach, Sean McConnell was born in Massachusetts, where his parents were both musicians who played frequently on the Boston folk circuit. At age 11, McConnell and his family moved to Georgia, and he began teaching himself to play by watching a video of one of his father's favorite performers, David Wilcox. (Wilcox would be a major influence on Sean as well.) Dealing with the isolation of leaving his friends behind in Boston, McConnell started writing songs, inspired by the songwriters his parents listened to -- Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen, and Harry Chapin -- as well as the performing style of Michael Jackson. After completing high school, McConnell relocated to Nashville, Tennessee; he enrolled at Middle Tennessee State University, where he studied the music business. He expanded his performing schedule, playing venues in Nashville and in surrounding college towns, and put a renewed focus on writing his own material.

In 2000, McConnell self-released his first album, Here in the Lost and Found, and 200 Orange St followed in 2003. By this time, his songs had impressed a representative of Warner-Chappell Music, who encountered him when he sang on a friend's publishing demo, and he was signed to a publishing deal. His songwriting career soon proved fruitful, and his compositions were recorded by Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Martina McBride, Meat Loaf, the Plain White T's, and many more. Despite his success as a tunesmith, McConnell continued to pursue a career as a performer, releasing material at a steady clip through his own label -- three albums, Cold Black Sky, Saints. Thieves. Liars., and Midland, and two EPs, The Walk Around and The B-Side Session, were released between 2006 and 2014 -- and touring frequently, finding an especially loyal audience in Texas, where he was adopted as part of the regional Red Dirt singer/songwriter community. His hard work as an independent paid off and in 2016, McConnell scored a deal with Rounder Records, which released his self-titled fifth album that summer, followed by the acoustic companion LP, Undone, which featured all of the songs recorded live and solo to analog tape ~ Mark Deming





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