Sean Campbell has been playing drums for over 15 years. His passion for music and drumming started at a young age after being around his father and grandfather who played in a Scottish Bagpipe band. At the age of 5, Sean received his first set of drums and started taking lessons. He first began playing outside of home when he first played at church at the age of 10. Since then, he grew up playing in church with musicians that were above his head. This accelerated his musicianship to mature at a fast rate despite his young age. While growing up playing church, he studied under many great musicians. Sean was privileged to study under Darren Novotny, a well known Jazz and Studio Producer and Musician. In addition, he studied under Billy Estes, a producer for MCA Records and the former drummer for Whitney Houston and Warner Bros.
Sean first began playing professionally at the age of 16 and has had the privilege of playing for many different artists and venues. Sean has spent the last few years primarily playing for Neil Greenhaw (http://neilgreenhaw.com/) and has played at various Conferences, Camps, Festivals, and Events with Neil.
In addition to playing for Neil Greenhaw, Sean has also had the opportunity to play on National and International Television for Oral Roberts University and Victory Christian Center (a church of 15,000) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Out of highschool, Sean was awarded a music scholarship to play drums at Oral Roberts University and he frequently plays for their internationally broadcasted chapel services and their premier Jazz band. In the summer of 2011, he participated in an International Tour to Africa and Europe representing Oral Roberts University. Through the last few years, he has been blessed to play music around the United States as well as Mexico, Europe, India, and Africa. Sean is also currently a studio musician for Haxton Road Studios (http://haxtonroadstudios.com/).
Sean is proud to be an endorsee of Soultone Cymbals, Risen Drums, and Alclair In-Ears.
Sean gives God all the credit and acknowledgement for any and all musical accomplishments and opportunities.