Sean “JukeBoy” Emmett is a musician who originates from Kiama on the south coast of N.S.W. He is known for the power and smoothness of his Blues music, which has been known to transport audiences out of the venue in which he is playing and into a world of his making. 19 years old, he already exhibits an intense maturity and a seasoned stage presence. He is confident in the way that he works his crowds and strong in the way that he approaches musical innovation.
Sean is a graduate of TDP. A one-man band, he plays harmonica and guitar in addition to taking on vocal work, covering a broad spectrum of sounds and styles. He takes pride in his ability to play a number of roles throughout the course of a single night.
Some of Sean’s musical role models include Big Walter, Jimmy Rodgers, and Slip Harpo plus country music stars Doc Watson and Mississippi Fred McDowell. He draws inspiration from each of these figures and incorporates the lessons of their discographies into his work as he continues to grow and develop as an artist and to expand his repertoire even beyond its already-wide bounds.