Florida native Sean Chambers spent the first five years of his journey into the blues as guitarist and bandleader for the legendary Hubert Sumlin from 1998 to 2003. During Sean’s tenure with Mr. Sumlin, Britain’s “Guitarist Magazine” named Chambers as “One of the top 50 blues guitarists of the last century.”
In 2009, Chambers recorded the critically-acclaimed album, “Ten Til Midnight,” which garnered rave reviews and spent three months on the Living Blues chart after its release.
Sean Chambers released “Live from the Long Island Blues Warehouse” in 2011, which featured 7 original tracks by Chambers, as well as Sean’s distinctively searing takes on “Full Moon on Main Street.” The album was voted “Best Live Blues Album of 2011” by Canada’s Blues Underground Network and was nominated for a Jimi Award for “Best Live Blues Album of 2011.”
On October 15, 2013, Sean Chambers released The Rock House Sessions, on Blue Heat Records. The album received great reviews and was also nominated for a Blues Blast Music Award in 2014 for “Best Blues Rock Album of the year”.
On March 17th 2017 Sean Chambers released his newest album entitled “Trouble & Whiskey.” Trouble & Whiskey hit #11 on Billboard, reached #7 on the Living Blues Charts during the first week of its release, and was nominated for a Blues Blast Music Award for “Best Blues Rock Album of the year”.
Whether he’s recording or performing, according to Barry Kerzner of “American Blues Scene” Sean Chambers is “the real deal… and he’ll give you a show that will leave you emotionally exhausted, wanting more.”