SEAN ALTMAN & JACK SKULLER
We would like to thank SEAN ALTMAN & JACK SKULLER for generously donating their time on talent on behalf of "Musicians On Call".
In 1957, teenagers Phil and Don Everly, supercharged the vocal sound of Rock'n' Roll with the sparkling brotherly harmony that would influence The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Hollies, Bob Dylan, Peter, Paul & Mary and the Bees Gees, releasing "Bye Bye Love" and "Wake Up Little Susie" in the same year.
Now 60 years later, acclaimed NYC singer-songwriters and Everly devotees, Sean Altman (Rockapella founder, Carmen Sandiego theme song composer, Jewmongous creator) & Jack Skuller (winner of The Songwriters' Hall of Fame's Holly Prize in songwriting) are The Everly Set. Together, this dynamic duo approximates The Everly Brothers, presenting in concert: Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie, Cathy's Clown, All I Have To Do Is Dream, When Will I Be Loved, Crying In The Rain, Love Hurts, Bird Dog, Claudette, Walk Right Back, plus many more classic hits and historic rarities.
Altman, and NJ native, Jack Skuller met on stage at the famed NYC tribute series, "The Loser's Lounge" in 2011 when Jack was just 14. In 2015, they formed The Everly Set and bought their first matching shirts. With their precision harmonies, masterful playing and engaging stage presence , they have been spreading joy and bringing audiences to their feet ever since.
"I was blown away... The Everly set is AMAZING! You'll feel like you traveled back to the '50s.....sounded as good as the actual Everly Brothers, maybe better. A fabulous night!"
NYC entertainment critic Neil Genzlinger
His silky tenor voice produced chills....The Ricky Nelson of the New York City club scene.
The New York Times
... In terms of vocal talent, Altman is light-years ahead of most singers...
New York Press
Power-pop mensch and aspiring teen cult leader Sean Altman (yeah, he gets the press), of "Carmen Sandiego" fame, was another recent Loser's Lounge winner with his smooth, plummy "Golden Years" - better than Bowie's!
The Village Voice