About Dan O'Sullivan
Dan O'Sullivan's nearly two decade long career as a guitarist-for-hire took him to performing with musical acts as diverse as South Korea's most famous female pop singer Patti Kim, 50's R+B vocal legends the Coasters, Blues singer Barbara Morrison, Adult Contemporary star Michael Bolton, and to sharing the bill with Reggae acts such as Maxi Priest, Eek-A-Mouse, and Big Mountain.
Over time Dan transitioned from the sideman and band-member role to solo troubadour and began cutting his own musical path. While keeping his intricate yet soulful guitar work in the mix, his technical skills are now in support of a unique songwriting voice that takes thoughtful, moving, and humorous views on life's situations. Since going solo in 2006 Dan has performed well over 1500 gigs and released four CDs. Dan keeps busy throughout the year performing several gigs a week either at home in the Los Angeles area or on tour.
About Don Wheatley
Don Wheatley plays mostly original, finger-style guitar and some ukulele; ballads, blues and personal stories. His musical influences include the expected folk and blues artists of the 60’s, and especially some lesser-known artists such as Ian Tyson, Tim Hardin and JJ Cale. More contemporary influences include David Wilcox and Kelly Joe Phelps. Don has also have been greatly influenced by those he has played with over the years, especially friends John Licalsi and Tom Mathews.