Sean McComish


Born and breed for music Sean McComish comes off as a natural.

Seán McComish is a young musician and songwriter, hailing from Fethard-On-Sea, Co. Wexford, Ireland. Surrounded by music and a musical family his entire life, it wasn’t long before Seán picked up the guitar. Upon hearing the album ‘Music And Me’ by Michael Jackson, Seán knew from a ridiculously early age what he wanted to do with his life…

Play Music. Write Songs.

Proving his motto true and proud, Here’s Sean McComish cover of Ed Sheerans ‘Shape Of You’

At the beginning of 2015, Seán began recording his debut E.P, ‘The First Step’ which was released in August 2015. Although he has been playing live and gigging for years, 2015 marked the start of Seán playing gigs solo. Jumping right in at the deep end, with his 1st and 2nd gigs both being played in the prestigious venues of Whelan’s, Dublin and The Ruby Sessions.

Since the release of his debut E.P, Seán relocated to Dublin. In that time, he has supported Calum Scott, Nathan Carter and Hometown, and has also played alongside the likes of Gavin James, The Strypes and The Academic. Seán has also been a featured artist on websites such as and

Proving his skills in front of an audience in Whelans playing his orginal song ‘Fade Away’

Recently, Sean took part in a charity single in aid of Pieta House alongside artists such as Mary Byrne and Ryan O’Shaughnessy.

“An exceptional new talent” –
“Seán obviously knows the craft of songwriting.” – Ian Dempsey (Today FM)
“Seán McComish is a promising young artist who is talented at making listener friendly, catchy pop music with genuine passion.” – Pure M Magazine
“If this is Seán’s First Step, then you should look forward to hearing his Second.” – Street Ceol TV (Review on ‘The First Step E.P’)

Let’s see what Sean McComish has to say about Vocalzone!

“My first experience of Vocalzone was in February of this year. In February, I toured Austria and also had a residency in a nightclub at a ski resort. Before I left Ireland for Austria, I was adamant to get a hold of Vocalzone pastilles. As I knew that, for the residency, I was going to be singing for 3 hours a night, every night of the week. A friend of mine who had played Bloodstock Festival the year before had recommended Vocalzone to me. His first time using the lozenges was backstage at the Vocalzone Endorsed, Bloodstock Festival, and he swore by them. At first, I found it hard to find Vocalzone in Pharmacies local to me, but I soon realised that they were not sold in Pharmacies but in health food stores. I’m unsure how it is in the UK and other countries but this is the case in Ireland. I was delighted to have found them just before my flight. I feel as though, without Vocalzone, I would have not made it through the Austrian residency with my voice intact. They are the reason I could sing for 3 hours every night, for several weeks. Since then, I too, swear by Vocalzone and have continued to use the pastilles regularly. Also, I now preach to my musician friends about how they should start using Vocalzone too. On a side note, at Bloodstock Festival this Summer, I got a hold off a Vocalzone branded foldable clip-on water bottle, which I still use regularly! I was delighted to join the Vocalzone family.”

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