Known on stages across the U.S. as Seemore "Dr. See" Love, Seemore is an Alkebulan (Afrikan)-American mystic, multi-genre multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, singer/songwriter, educator, and an individual of indigenous-diasporic origins. He is often referred to as a musician's musician for his awe-inspiring ability to improvise flawlessly and seamlessly across an impressively expansive array of instruments to any music he hears. Dr. See has performed and shared stages with Grammy Award winners and music hall of famers from around the country, in many styles.
Growing up in Oklahoma the sounds of Western swing, red dirt, country, Americana, First Nation’s chants, blues, jazz, and gospel are likened to childhood songs which he says he will never forget, and that he credits as being the foundations of his true music education- one of a truly soulful perspective.
Traveling the entire length of the Appalachian Trail in 2016 with only his backpack and violin, collecting field recordings and stories of music and the Alkebulan (Afrikan) influence in Appalachian folk music inspired a deeper love of the traditions of folk music.
Seemore Love uniquely blends the sounds of ancestral knowledge and wisdom with the current age of sound technology and the spiritual gusto of Afrofuturism to create a truly sincere and one-of-a-kind sound experience. When not sharing his musically sound practice, Seemore Love can be found co-creating, facilitating, and learning as well as teaching workshops, masterclasses, and other community programs on education, community development, martial arts, land stewarding, language, history, health, farming, and more.
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