Sean Castillo and The Hubcaps

Sean Castillo & The Hubcaps
Our fearless leader. A natural talent, had Sean been born twenty years earlier, Elvis would have had a run for his money. Beginning in 1982, Sean started rocking the local Los Angeles club scene playing, among other venues, The Palomino in North Hollywood with Carl Perkins. He was also a featured performer on Cliffie Stones' Home Town Jamboree" Road Show, sharing the stage with western legends like Cliffie Stone, Molly Bee, Pat Burtrum, Doyle O'Dell, Harold Hensly, and Eddie Dean. Entering a nationwide talent search in the early nineties, Sean began performing with his band at Fiesta Texas in San Antonio where millions of people caught the show- six days a week, six to seven shows a day. He also spent time at Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan for two months performing five times a day.

Sean has been featured on nearly every television and radio station in Texas. He also performed on the last ever-live broadcast of Nashville Now with Ralph Emery and has shared the stage with many other legends such as Jerry Lee Lewis, The Coasters, The Drifters, Little Richard, Fabian, Frankie Avalon, Screaming Jay Hawkins, Boxcar Willie, and Rosie Flores. He has also appeared with current acts and performers like Junior Brown, Asleep at the Wheel, BR5-49, Brian Setzer, Big Sandy & the Fly Rite Boys, James Intveld, The Cat Pack, Shaun Young, The Paladins, Cave Catt Sammy, Dennis Fallon, and Rick Ramirez. Ever the showman, Sean has appeared at hay rides, hoe-downs, juke joints, honky-tonks, gin mills, lounges, casinos, army and naval bases, dance halls, state and county fairs, prisons, art and car shows, nudists' and summer camps, parties and conventions, drag strips, parades, barn dances, sock hops, and pretty much anywhere else a band can possibly play.