Sean McMahon & the Moonmen + Dan Parsons

Sean McMahon is a versatile singer/songwriter and guitarist with an unmistakable style and voice that rings true across a variety of sonic landscapes captured in his recording career so far. While his last album with acoustic trio Western Union was described as “a journey through heartfelt alt-country that beautifully conveys a singer/songwriters love affair with the American songbook and a 1930’s Kay guitar”, Sean McMahon and the MoonMen sees him returning to the land of electric guitars, and reunited with Michael Hubbard Hubbard and Josh Duiker of Downhills Home, embracing a more eclectic blend of elements of blues, country, folk and rock’n’roll to deliver a stack of exceptional songs, rich in melody, poetic narrative and poppy hooks.

Dan Parsons sings intimate songs of failed love, great love, missing home, the intricacies and anxieties of the human experience. Conjuring up images of a seventies West Coast landscape, he played the majority of instruments on his self-titled and self produced album.