WXAV 88.3 FM Presents Sean Rowe

May 12th, 2017

WXAV is proud to present Sean Rowe live at Schubas on June 9th, 2017!

Singer-songwriter Sean Rowe’s powerful new album “New Lore” is now available. The new record showcases Rowe’s powerful voice. The result is a collection of affecting stories of desperation and resilience with Rowe’s voice beautifully augmented by flourishes of piano and a string section.

Rowe says of New Lore, “This is a record about loneliness and a longing for connectedness. This yearning for a sense of home. Musically, I think this record is more focused than any before. I’ve become really aware about what it is that I do well, allowing my voice to come through and lyrically grab people with the stories. Those are kind of my superpowers. The instruments on the record never intrude on my voice and words.” per Anti.com.

Check out Sean’s song “To Leave Something Behind” below:

You can see Sean perform “To Leave Something Behind” and more songs off his new record live at Schubas. Ticket and show information can be found here. We hope you can join us at the show!


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