Singer/songwriter Sean Benjamin got his humble beginnings at a coffee house open mic in Cleveland, which led to bars in Columbus, and then touring the midwest college towns until getting signed by an indie label that helped bring us the 24 track LP I Exist featuring Dru Boogie of the now-cancelled Opie and Anthony Show.
Following that release, Benjamin went on his first United Kingdom tour. His instant love of the British Isles pumped new life into his wounded heart and he came home to a country that was ready to see him. This lead to some great opportunities in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Florida, Las Vegas and more, and put him in front of festival crowds all over. In 2017, Sean returned to England and Scotland, but not before meeting cousins he hadn't known in County Kerry, Ireland. Before going back across the Atlantic, Benjamin played a packed show in London's Soho district and a show two days later in Edinburgh, Scotland. His final European show was in Dublin's fair city at the Workman's Club.
Sean returns to finish his upcoming EP and several singles while he determines how to best release new recordings of his unreleased back catalogue.