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Oliver Sean Hits the Billboard Top 10 with his New Blues Album (#8 Blues Charts) and climbs to #6 on the Billboard Artist Charts.
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Oliver Sean's highest charting Album 'Devil is Back' feat. RIP debuts at #8 on Billboard's Blues Album Charts. The album simultaneously broke into the Official UK Top 100 Album Download Charts coming in at #52 and was #1 on the iTunes Blues Album Charts in America and the United Kingdom for 2 weeks (14 days at #1 -Unprecedented for an Independent DIY Artisy). All this with an album recorded remotely by artists who are spread out in different countries - in the midst of a pandemic.
A few weeks later Oliver Sean went on to hit the Buzzing Livestream Artist charts on the Bandsintown X Billboard Charts for the month of October. This brings Oliver Sean's total number of Official Billboard Top 10's to 3 (Three).
Devil is Back Chart Success:
PLEASE, SIR, MAY I HAVE SOME MORE PLEASE…
Album Review by Jason Blalock. Round Magazine
8th, Aug, 2020
No one could accuse Oliver Sean of having a typical career. This Indo-Portuguese singer-songwriter first hit radio playlists in 1999 with "There She Is Again," which he'd recorded as a teen. From there, he launched into a globe-spanning career compassing everything from film scoring to work with the French tourism industry. Throughout, his musical focus had been a blend of classic American blues-rock, influenced by a range of ideas from around the globe.
After more than two years without a major release, Oliver Sean returns with Devil Is Back, a six-track EP that mixes some of the old and some new ideas. This time around, he's accompanied by his featured artist, a full eleven-piece band calling itself The Real Indie Project, or R.I.P. This pushes his sound even further into classic 70s blues territory, while adding considerable oomph to his compositions. Read the full article