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Sean Bonnell

Sean Bonnell

Rock / Experimental / Classic Rock Boston, MA  US


  • 2011

    Jan 13

    Boston, MA, US | 8:00pm

    The Motivated Sequence is playing at Hennesy's Hooley house with a full band! Peter Buzzelle will be performing acoustic solo with a little electric thrown in. He will be performing songs from his new CD 'To Telescope' along with featuring new material. The Day's Weight will also perform!

  • 2010

    Nov 28

    Cambridge, MA, US | 3:00pm

    From 3-6 this show is ALL AGES. From 6-9 the show becomes 19+ This show is then 21+ from 9 PM-12 AM

  • 2010

    Sep 10

    Boston, MA, US | 8:30pm

    On Friday September 10th F Nice Records will be bringing a great Brooklyn band up to McGann's to support some excellent local talent. These bands are fresh budding acts that you gotta wrap your eyes and ears around. Presented by: F Nice Records

  • 2010

    Sep 10

    Boston, MA, US | 8:00pm

    Doors Open At 8:00 pm Liquid Cheer 9 - 9:35 The Release 9:50- 10:30 The Stepkids 10:45- 11:20 Somerville Symphony Orkestar 11:35- end of SSO's set

  • 2010

    Jun 26

    Haverhill, MA, US | 6:00pm


  • The Cover For "Here There & Beyond Control"
  • Sean & Ray Recording "Traveling Song"


Sounds Like: Neil Young, Pixies, Pavement, Dinosaur Jr.

Label: Self

Manager: Self

Bio: Groveland , MA native Sean Bonnell's songwriting ranges through ‘straight up’ rock , folk rock, old school R & B, garage/punk, experimental electronic, free jazz & indie rock stylings. All songs are written by Sean P. Bonnell & Published/Copyright -Anti-Illuminati Frontcode Soundz.

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“LIQUID CHEER- HERE,THERE AND BEYOND CONTROL [10-SONG CD]_ Watery, dark and bordering on the psychedelic, Liquid Cheer harkens listeners back to the pot drenched days of the late 60's and early 70's with their songs [not that there's anything wrong with that].I can't help but hear Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Crosby-Stills & Nash, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers coloring Liquid Cheer's songs.One thing for sure, you wont be able to deny Liquid Cheer's pure rock & roll emotion of songs like "Sister Pristine", "Up and Away", "The Way I Feel", "Callout", and the vibrato rich "Emo Song #7".Far out man!,Far out!. [D.S.]”

— D.S., Metronome Music Magazine


  • Song Plays 2,879
  • Video Plays 12
  • Total Fans 613
  • ReverbNation Fans 454
  • Twitter Followers 34
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