House Blend | Episode 40: Sean Wiggins
BOUT THE ARTIST
Born in Manhattan, living in Santa Clarita and touring everywhere in between, Sean Wiggins has more than 100 songs in her catalog and well over 10,000 CDs independently sold. On the Internet, her band’s YouTube views and song plays have exceeded 25,000.
Sean and her band lOne gOat have toured the US in support of her last 6 CD releases, playing over 150 dates per year while opening for and sharing stages with the likes of Montgomery Gentry, Blues Traveler, Cyndi Lauper and The Bodeans. Sean appears at festivals, clubs and colleges in Nashville, New York, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston and more. Sean also toured the US with the theatrical production of Del Shores’ “Sordid Lives,” starring Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace). In California, Sean and the band appear yearly at events such as the Gilroy Garlic Festival, Avocado Festival, San Diego Fair, and California Mid-State Fair.
As an award winning writer and performer, Sean has music placement in films, on TV, and on the radio both nationally and internationally. The latest CD, “Naked Thursdays,” posted record sales and a new CD is on the way in early 2013.
ABOUT THE HOST@2012SCVTV
“House Blend” host, writer and co-producer Stephen K. Peeples is a Grammy-nominated record producer (“Monterey International Pop Festival,” 1992), award-winning radio writer-producer (“The Lost Lennon Tapes,” 1988-1990) and veteran record company executive (Capitol, Elektra/Asylum, Rhino). A Canyon Country resident since early 1988, Peeples wrote about the SCV music scene for The Signal newspaper in 2004-2006 and was Managing Editor of the My Santa Clarita community website in 2006-2007. He was The Signal’s Online Editor and social media manager from October 2007 to May 2011. In 2009 he was honored when The-Signal.com was named “Best Website” by the California Newspaper Publishers Association. A jazz and rock drummer since he was 12, Peeples was a member of the underground West L.A. garage band Peaking Duck from 1977-2008. In 2010, he co-founded the SCV-based jazz quartet RainTree.