Sean Hayes: "Miss Her When I'm Gone"
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Apr 14, 2016
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: Sean Hayes: "Miss Her When I'm Gone"

Sean Hayes was raised in North Carolina and grew up listening to the teen staples such as the Smiths, the Police and Led Zeppelin. A childhood friend named Michael Horowitz eventually turned him onto Irish music and bluegrass (Horowitz is now based in Seattle and known for his gypsy jazz playing). Hayes’ current songs are an amalgam of rock, folk and soul. “I don’t really write from genre, just from an emotional spot,” he says.

The San Francisco-based singer-songwriter visited the Fretboard Journal offices during a recent Pacific Northwest tour. Here, he performs “Miss Her When I’m Gone” from his 2012 album, Before We Turn to Dust.

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