“His initial introduction to music was a little on the bitter side, as his mother wouldn’t let him quit his guitar lessons at age nine. Luckily, a relationship formed and by the age of seventeen Waterman began writing songs and performing at open mic nights while attending The Citadel in South Carolina. Instead of the usual studying, he found it much more useful to spend his nights writing and performing at bars around Charleston. Although he spent many years working on his music, it wasn’t until he moved to Atlanta that an album began to take shape.
While based in Atlanta, Waterman found time to record his debut EP, Locomotive Hearts (2010). This release gained attention from Internet radio hosts and indie filmmakers, alike. His most recent project, Dividing Lines EP, will be available August 15th from his own record label, Waterman Records and Phonograph. With a little help from Eddie White and Nat Mundy, Waterman was able to produce this acoustic album himself at the Awendaw Green Studios in Awendaw, South Carolina.”
What a crack up of a show this week! Talk about laugh! I listened to the show back and was still laughing! SEAN WATERMAN joined us for the 2nd time on the show, calling in from an “unknown location” somewhere in the stratosphere, between L.A and Miami”
It was great to see a good crowd joining us live to support Sean today and as I have already mentioned there were lots of laughs along the way, mainly at my expense, I will add!
Since Sean’s last visit to the show, he has been very busy accumulating frequent flyer points jetting around to many different states, performing and trying out some of his new songs, which he hopes to put on a new album later in the year! He said he nearly has enough points to get a new TV! Lol
So, the topics of conversations on today’s show, Vegemite, Frequent Flyers, Wesley Snipes, Tin Foil oh and yes we also talked about music!!! Lol Seriously this show has to be heard as it was funny and Sean was great. It was so nice to catch up with him again and I guess we will be seeing him again in 30 episodes time! I am still laughing at the Aluminum (by the way I had to spell check that). Ok I am not saying any more about the show, you really need to hear it for yourself: http://www.butterfliesradio.com/home/twitter-tuesday-live/ (I really wish you could also hear what goes on behind the scenes during a music break)
During the show we always present 3 songs from our guest artist and these are the ones we presented this week. Once again, we had a good crowd tune in live to support Sean and he received some great feedback about his songs
NOT AT ALL
ALLIMINUM (did I spell it right lol)
SOUR PATCH GIRL
Check out Sean’s web pages and social networks:
Sean talked briefly about meeting WILLIAM MICHAEL DILLON in L.A. and talked briefly about his behind bars. Check out his web page and read his incredible story and music for yourself! http://www.williammichaeldillon.com/
BANDS IN TOWN
Check out this webpage and download the app that suits your phone or computer. As Sean discussed in the show, it’s a very useful tool to have for posting your live gigs! You can us it to check out all Sean’s future shows!
Sean, it was great having you back on the show again, Mark and I really enjoyed having you! All the best with the new album, and we look forward to having some of your new songs on our rotation! I know that Mark is looking forward to meeting up with you in person when you play in Ft Lauderdale, Florida! (I am NOT jealous)
Here are some of the other artists that were featured on this weeks TWITTER TUESDAY LIVE
PETER KELLY – FOREVER AGAIN
SUNSIDE – DISCOUNT ON DISTANCES
KOTADAMA – SEE YOU TONIGHT
KELTIK FISH – CLAP
ROB WALKER (NYMPH HONEY) BECAUSE I DON’T LOVE YOU
BESIDE LIGHTS – CAROL’S SONG OF THE WEEK – AFRAID TO FALL
SPACESHIP DAYS – SHADOW WALKING