Sean Fuller, born and raised in Evansville, Indiana was meant for drums at an early age. Coming from a musical family where everyone played an instrument, it was noticed as soon as pots, pans, Tupperware and wooden stir spoons were missing and tore up at the l age of 6. Soon taking lessons from a local drum instructor Greg Tooley, Sean learned all the basics. Reading basic notation and rudiments to simple rock grooves and focus on timekeeping was the agenda. After working the local circuit in various rock and pop cover bands, Sean made the leap to Nashville where he would be the small fish in a big pond of great musicians and drummers. Sean honed in on his craft in downtown Nashville bars and made a name for himself over the course of three years during which he had worked his way into doing many demo recordings for various hit songwriters such as Hilary Lindsey, Dallas Davidson and many more.
This is where Sean would meet his first artist, Luke Bryan. Sean played the early stages of Luke's career and even made it into a couple early videos such as "we rode in trucks" and "all my friends say". Two huge hits for Luke. Sean, being a heavily influenced rock drummer got an offer to join a new rock group based out of Jackson Tennessee with huge promise called "vulpine". Although it never made the big time, Sean shared the stage nightly with acts such as saliva, non point, dark new day and hinder to name a few. After vulpine, Sean found himself back in the country world after auditioning for artist Justin Moore. Sean would spend the next 5 years with Justin during which he toured relentlessly sharing big stages with big name acts such as brooks and Dunn, Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, Sarah Evans, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, ZZ Top, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Sean would make the best move of his life after this with pop country sensation Florida Georgia Line. With their hip hop, pop, R&B and rock feel, it was right up Sean's alley. Sean has now developed more as a drummer that is sought after for live performance, teaching, clinics and recording than ever before! You can catch Sean on the current 2013 fall headline tour with Florida Georgia Line "here's to the good times" currently happening and next year when FGL joins Jason Aldean on the 2014 stadium tour. Feel free to keep up with his travels and adventures by following him on Twitter @seanfullerrocks.