Soulful American singer-songwriter who leaves none indifferent
Sexton grew up in the ‘80s, in a family with 12 children. Not interested in the contemporary music of the time, he mainly listened to the classic rock-'n-roll he discovered on albums left behind in the basement by one of his older brothers. Sexton eventually migrated to Boston, where he began to make a name for himself in the local scene by playing on the streets of Harvard Square. From out of his guitar case, he sold 20,000 copies of his self-produced demo-recordings from 1992, entitled In the Journey.
Since then, the American bard has released various albums, sells out clubs from New York to LA with his soulful blues-folk, and tours almost all year in the US, Canada and Europe.
For fans of Ray LaMontagne, Josh Ritter, James Taylor
In the press “He jumps beyond standard fare on the strength of his voice, a blue-eyed soul man’s supple instrument,” The New York Times
“His outstanding taste in songwriting as well as a soul marinated voice that can easily be compared to the likes of a young Steve Winwood or Van Morrison.” Rolling Stone
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