Sean Bray

Along with being a respected composer and educator, Sean Bray is
considered to be one of Canada’s top guitarists. Sean started a serious
pursuit of the guitar while living in Calgary, Alberta. He pursued jazz studies at Calgary’s Mount Royal College and went on to become a guitar instructor at Red Deer College. However, the dream of the big city was always in his sights, and he furthered his studies at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music in New York City.
When Sean moved to Toronto in 1990, he became a sought after sideman,
studio guitarist and leader of his own projects including his own record label, which was the first independent Canadian jazz label to be signed to a major record company.
Sean has the ability to fit into many musical genres while still retaining an unmistakably original voice on his instrument. This has allowed Sean to be
part of a wide variety of projects including: collaborations with the Okanagan
Symphony Orchestra, as a member of the fusion Celtic band “Cod Gone
Wild”, "Layer Cake Mountain", as half of the folk/Americana duo “Bray & Co.” with his daughter, Michaela, and leader of “Sean Bray’s Peach Band”, which is a great outlet for his movie score inspired instrumentals.
Sean is also the founder, producer and electric guitarist for “Songs of the
Southern Belles”; a tribute to the great female country artists and guitarist for The Rocky Mountain High -  A John Denver tribute.
Sean has also performed and/or recorded with Pat LaBarbera, Mike Murley, Kirk MacDonald, George Garzone, Bob Mintzer, Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Liberty Silver, Vincent Wolfe, Julie Masi (Parachute Club), Lee Holdridge, Campbell Ryga.....
Sean Bray is endorsed by PRS guitars, Planet Waves and D’Addario strings.