Meet Sean Timmons, Senior Talent Buyer
A native of Dublin, Ireland, Sean Timmons oversees all 40+ acts under management here at Mole Street Artists. Having previously served as the Artistic Director of Appel Farm Arts and Music Center for 30 years, Sean created the long-running annual Appel Farm Arts and Music Festival, serving as talent buyer and producer. Sean has booked a diverse repertoire of artists such as Jackson Browne, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Leslie Odom Junior, Emmylou Harris and Richie Havens.
Sean utilizes his keen artist booking skills to create truly memorable events. He is passionate about providing professional gigging opportunities for performing artists. Sean also co-hosts a radio show called Craic Radio on public access radio WPPM LP 106.5 Philadelphia, where he and his co-host, Fergie Carey, turn the spotlight up on emerging and established niche artists world-wide.
A musician himself, Sean prides himself on supporting artists and empowering musicians to hone their craft. A true music lover, Sean’s favorite bands include David Bowie, Prince, The Clash, and Tears for Fears.
Meet James Everhart, Production Coordinator
Mole Street Artists’ Production Coordinator, Jame Everhart, is equally as passionate about making music as he is coordinating the production efforts. As a Production Coordinator, James is in charge of all onsite production and logistics for Mole Street Artists performances, including sound, staging, lighting, run of show, load ins and load outs and venue walk-throughs. As a master of the details, James is bottom-line responsible to ensure the gig goes off just right.
A graduate of the University of Delaware, he is currently in an award-winning touring act, and Elton John’s garage rock favorite, Low Cut Connie. Outside of Mole Street Artists, you can find James pulling off Pete Townsend-inspired windmills and leaps off of an old piano named Shondra.