Age 5
Turns down first paying gig: $1 for a solo rendition of "All Shook Up" by Elvis Presley, his first idol. Good money even then.

Age 7
"Meet The Beatles" joins a meager but growing vinyl LP collection. Elvis has to share the thrown.
Age 8
Singing & piano lessons from an honest-to-god nun reluctant to indulge in frivolities such as McCartney's "Fool on The Hill" despite countless pleas.

Age 10
Picks up a pair of sticks and learns to roll with legendary bebop drummer Kenny Clarke.



Age 12
The loaner piano is reclaimed. A classical guitar finds its way into his hands.


Age 16
Misses opportunity to set an early precedent to the famed Milli Vanilli lip-synching scandal by turning down offer to become a teen idol for the European 45rpm single release, "Life is a game of pin ball… and we are the balls!"


Age 18
Moves to LA. Lasts a year. A lunar expedition might have been less disorienting.
Age 19
Lands in Boston under a blanket of heavenly snow to attend Berklee College of Music with a letter of recommendation from Leonard Bernstein.

The 80's
Drops out after a year under the radar at Berklee. Enjoys first taste of success with Option One – stretch limos, groupies, roadies, record label interest – until the band implodes.
John Hegner • Paul Connelly • Gregory Paquette • Sean

John Hegner • Paul Connelly • Gregory Paquette • Sean

Early 90's
Forms The Speakers with John Hegner on keys/bass, and Gary Vitagliano on drum.
Sean • Gary Vitagliano • John Hegner

Sean • Gary Vitagliano • John Hegner

Mid 90's
Moves to NYC with John. Independly releases full length CD as PEG, also featuring Jon Lederman on guitar.







 
Sean • John • Jon

Sean • John • Jon

Turn of the Millennium
Joins The Blondes, Inc.
CD recorded & produced by Richard Lloyd of Television.










 
Sean McMorris • Bill Brittelle • Joel Morales • Baxter Clement

Sean McMorris • Bill Brittelle • Joel Morales • Baxter Clement

2003
Graduates from City College of NY with Bachelor's Degree in Jazz Performance. Works on Broadway with Bill Irwin and Doug Skinner in "The Harlequin Studies."
 
Bill Irwin • Sean • Doug Skinner

Bill Irwin • Sean • Doug Skinner

2005
Joins Lazy Lions on drums.
Anne-Marie Stehn on bass, Jim Allen on lead vocals and keys, Robert Sorkin on guitar.

Releases "Keep Your Love Away" EP.









 
Anne-Marie Stehn • Sean • Jim Allen • Robert Sorkin

Anne-Marie Stehn • Sean • Jim Allen • Robert Sorkin

2007
Forms LIFT with Jon Lederman on guitar and keyboards, Fabrice Calmettes on bass, Marc Friedlander on drums.
Jon Lederman • Sean • Marc Friedlander • Fabrice Calmettes

Jon Lederman • Sean • Marc Friedlander • Fabrice Calmettes

2013
Releases 1st solo album, Lo & Behold
April 2015
Lazy Lions release their first full length album
"When Dreaming Lets You Down."
October 2015
Elevated Man is released into the atmosphere.


The most personal experiences are often the most universal.
Humility is essential. The journey is everything.
To be continued...