Liner Notes: Sean Rowe
As Sean Rowe's voice started to drop into the baritone region, it was a John Lee Hooker song from the 50s that gave him a glimpse into what he might be able to do with his own voice. The New York singer and guitarist talks about some of the great American songwriters of the 60s and 70s and how they inspired him to craft songs to accompany his haunting booming voice.
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