Sean Kagalis

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  • Sean Kagalis

    This show was on Jun 21st, 2018 | 2 people watched
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    • Jun 21
      Hi Sean, thanks for tuning in. Today’s setup was just the phone so I couldn’t see the chat room. Hope you’re having a great week.
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  • Sean Kagalis Live and Free

    This show was on Apr 3rd, 2017 | 6 people watched
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Bio

At age 4, Sean would stand on the concrete slab patio which stood three feet above his back yard and play air guitar on a plastic baseball bat while pretending the rustling autumn leaves in the amber afternoon light were actually audience members.
After his first gig for an animate audience in a Daytona Beach biker bar at 13, Sean has never looked back. At 21, he set his sights on the... more

At age 4, Sean would stand on the concrete slab patio which stood three feet above his back yard and play air guitar on a plastic baseball bat while pretending the rustling autumn leaves in the amber afternoon light were actually audience members.
After his first gig for an animate audience in a Daytona Beach biker bar at 13, Sean has never looked back. At 21, he set his sights on the Atlanta music scene and began playing in local venues. He’d weave in his original songs into the sets of cover tunes to which listeners would often inquire who the original artist was.
Some of Sean’s most memorable performances were held in the lobby of the Ramada Inn in New Orleans in an effort to lift the spirits of the 30 people he was stranded with for 6 days in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the 1999 International Conference for Non-Violence at the King Center in Atlanta, Georgia, various Bearapalooza events and the very recent SL Daytona Beach Jam.
After years of performing four and five nights a week in and around Atlanta, Sean went on to rank in the Atlanta Southern Voice Best of Readers Poll for ‘Male Musician’ in 2005 (2nd), 2007 (1st) and 2008 (3rd). Connect, a full concert live album, was released in January, 2008.
Later that year, the seasoned songwriter entered the virtual world of the internet commerce game Second Life under the guise of his avitar Strum Diesel. 2009 saw the release of his album Lucky, as well as a tireless schedule of his energetic live internet shows which helped him amass a devoted following that spans the globe.
Although this new ‘virtual’ career had kept him busy at home for a few years, Sean still performs in the real world despite wacky rumors to the contrary. Sean won a GIMA (Georgia Indie Music Award) in 2010 for his production work on Cell Fehrenbach’s On My Way to Love. In 2012, he put those homegrown skills to work and produced his most recent CD, 2013's Working Parts.
Since the release of Working Parts, Sean has shifted from the virtual stage back to the actual one performing up and down the east coast. September 2013 brought the release of his first ever music video for the song "At Any Rate" directed by Trenton Carson of TC Productions. In November 2014, Sean performed at The Annual Big Pig Jig in Vienna, GA.

As we move further into the 21st Century, Sean has expanded his reach online having ranked as the top artist representing the United States from October 2015 - March 2016 on the worldwide, vote-based platform ArtistSignal. Networking on AS led Sean to Concert Window. Here's to great shows!!!

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