Sean Michael is a multi-faceted musician, songwriter, producer, and engineer. Originally from Stevens Point, WI, he now lives in Chicago, IL.

Sean began his musical career in the late 90's fronting The Bulldogs. In 2000, at the age of 16, he, along with fellow classmate Dan Mitchell, led the group through their releases, Driving You On By; 2004's 'Come On Brother, Come On Sister' EP and 2006's The Subsonic Reel.

In 2006, Sean lead his band (The Queue) to a self titled debut EP, ultimately leading to them to FOX's TV show "Next Great American Band". Competition for the right to appear on the TV show amounted to winning a fierce battle of the bands held throughout the upper Mid-West region. Eventually, the Wisconsin version of the band would give way to geographic moves by personnel within the band.

Sean is currently at work on a new CD project slated for 2015 with various releases along the way. Heart On Fire was the first release of the new project, released in fall of 2014.

Sounds Like: Oasis, The Beatles

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2/14/15: I'm Over You, You're Under Me is more than a song about the ups and downs of love; it's about the Fire & Lies that tend to define many of today's relationships. The follow-up to Sean's debut single Heart on Fire, is the yang to the ying, so to speak, the Lies to the Fire.

Recorded and produced solely by Sean, this song is yet another example of the vast talent as well as the musical diversity that defines him.


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over 30 days ago to Sean Michael

Hi Sean, thank for your review of my song "Sunset by the Sea", you almost guessed the title!!! and your comments sure are very usefull. thanks again

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Sean Michael
over 30 days ago

No problem at all. Like I said, I think you are onto something there. You just need to find that right combination!

Don't give up on it! it's just waiting!

The Dead Storm9387994
over 30 days ago to Sean Michael

Hi Sean, thanks for the great review of my song `Love Is Not Enough'!

Hi Sean, Thanks so much for the great review of "Subliminal Messages". You're right there man, NIN and Lincoln Park were kind of my inspirations on that one. And yes there are a couple of drum loops that happen at various times throughout the track but I have live drums too. Thanks again for the good numbers, Dave - CenterPeace

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