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Sean Magee / Press

“Every once in a while a young musician comes along who stops me dead in my tracks. That’s what happened when I had the good fortune of meeting and hearing Sean Magee. I don’t make this statement lightly. I’ve been in the music business for 40 years, lucky enough to have made my living as a pianist, electric keyboard player, composer, arranger, singer, musical director, band leader, etc., in the studio and in live performance situations all over North America and the Caribbean. There has to be something different, original, and something organic, backed up by craftsmanship and lots of chops. And you have to know when NOT to use your chops. What I envy even more is his ability to mold killer songs that are like little movies which hit you from the get go. Even though his sound is based on the piano, he doesn’t use it just as a harmonic tool. Sean plays the WHOLE instrument. Look out! Sean Magee might very well be a legend in the making.”

Rick Zayas - Veteran Pianist, Performer, and Educator

“Since I have been booking musicians at the Mellow Mushroom in Wake Forest, I would have to say that Sean Magee is our top choice every time we book music on our patio. Staff and guests alike are blown away at every one of his shows. He is a dazzling pianist and songwriter who our guests have compared to the likes of Ben Folds and Billy Joel. Most of our acts play covers, yet Sean dazzles with his original compositions mixed with a small, yet tastefully done, number of covers. We look forward to having Sean back anytime he is available.”

Mike Vincitorio, Manager - Mellow Mushroom

“Sean Magee was the real deal from day one of piano lessons as a five year-old. Insanely talented, immensely dedicated, and a born performer. At his first recital, when everyone else was playing "Ode to Joy" and "Twinkle Twinkle", Sean played the Doors tune, "Light My Fire" and lit up the audience. It's been that way ever since.”