Sean Fuller is an award-winning saxophonist from Texas with over 30 years of public performing experience. He's toured with jazz bands, performed in musical orchestras, and shared the stage with a variety of rock and blues bands.
From humble beginnings in the small town of Boyd, TX with a $200 used alto saxophone Sean Fuller discovered a talent and a passion for performing music. In his early years Sean competed and placed in All-District and All-Region solo competitions. Upon his high school graduation he was awarded the Outstanding Jazz Band Member award, Outstanding High School Band Student award, Outstanding Yellowjacket Band Student award, and the Marines' Semper Fidelis award for Musical Excellence.
After high school, Sean attended Navarro College in Corsicana, TX on music scholarship and performed in the concert band, marching band, jazz band, wind ensemble, and took private lessons. While at Navarro College he auditioned for the Texas Junior College All-State Concert Band and earned a spot in the band every year. Sean participated in a student-led dixieland band that later led to an opporunity to perform with a professional Lower Beaton Street Dixieland Band. He started learning and performing on other instruments including clarinet, flute, bass, keyboard and drums and performing in local pit orchestras for high school, college, and professional musicals in the area.
After graduating Navarro College, Sean moved to Tyler, TX to attend the University of Texas at Tyler on music scholoarhip. There he performed in the university concert band and jazz band. Sean started attending local open mic jams and receiving offers to play with local bands. Sean has performed with many East Texas bands over the years including Tim Wheeler and the Soul Shufflers, the Gutter Brothers, Grant Cook and the Starving Artists, Lobo Loggins, Three of a Kind Band, Blackjack, Four's a Crowd, the Pink Floyd Tribute Band - Brain Damage, and others.
Today Sean lives in Tyler, TX with his wife Kimberly and continues to perform as a solo artist and often performs as a member of King Richard and the Bayou Boys and with Grant Cook and Friends. You may occasionally see him sitting in with some of the other local bands or other bands passing through like the Coasters or Lynn Groom.