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Sean McCole | Psycho

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Psycho

by Sean McCole

A little something gritty that's foreign, yet familiar...
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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Sean McCole thrusts out his tongue and wiggles an eyebrow before calling his sound, "Family friendly grooves with an indecent aesthetic." When this fire-maned multi-instrumentalist was six years old, he stole his parents' Tommy James & The Shondells cassette. The Chicago native played the album until his Fischer Price Recorder ate the tape, but, as the toy burst into flame, a voice from beyond told McCole that he was destined for rock greatness. His parents, by then convinced they had birthed a rock and roll demon, bought him his first guitar. Soon he began composing renditions of pop hits he heard on the radio, replacing the lyrics of Bowie, the Beatles, the White Stripes, and Elton John with filthy words of his own that ultimately culminated in both his ejection from his class's first grade talent show and a permanent ban from all houses of worship on the North side of the city.

At ten, Sean discovered his true passion- hitting things really hard with sticks. He pounded his drums along with Zeppelin, Queens of the Stone Age, Soundgarden, and Nirvana, finding kindred spirits and violent rhythms. Ten years later, he was kicked out of The University of Denver for hooking a PA to the roof of his dorm and playing Dark Side of the Moon on repeat for thirty-six consecutive hours. He returned home, re-enrolled in college and began interning at music studios in exchange for sandwiches and cups of coffee that he could pour his midday whiskey into.

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