Charlie Sexton

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Charlie Sexton
Charlie Sexton
Full name Charles Wayne Sexton
Birthday/Birthplace (1968-08-11) August 11, 1968 (age 49)
Origin San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
Genre(s) Rock, blues, folk,
new wave (early work)
Profession(s) Musician
Instruments Guitar
Active Years 1982–present
Record Labels Back Porch Records, MCA Records
Worked with Bob Dylan, Arc Angels, Los Super Seven
Official Website

Charles Wayne Sexton (San Antonio, Texas, United States, August 11, 1968) is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. He was successful in 1985 with the song “Beat’s So Lonely” and has worked as Bob Dylan’s guitarist from 1999 to the present.

Charlie Sexton’s Biography

Sexton’s mother was sixteen years old when she gave birth to Charlie in San Antonio (Texas). With four years, they moved to Austin (Texas), where years later began playing in clubs such as Armadillo World Headquarters, Soap Creek Saloon, Split Rail and Clifford Antone. After a brief period living outside of Austin with his mother, Sexton began living in the city at twelve.

At the beginning of the 1980s, Charlie and his brother Will began to learn to play the guitar thanks to W.C. Clark, known as Austin’s “blues godfather.” With the help of Joe Ely and other local musicians such as Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Sexton developed his own style as a musician.

In 1983, Sexton, with the name of Guitar Charles Sexton, appeared on the EP of the Maxwell group entitled Juvenile Junk. Two years later, he released his first solo album, Pictures for Pleasure. Recorded in Los Angeles at the age of sixteen, he achieved notable success with the song “Beat’s So Lonely,” which reached the top 20 on the Billboard chart. Jon Pareles, of The New York Times, described him as an adolescent idol singing in the style of David Bowie during the years he was promoted by MTV.

In 1987, Sexton acted as Bowie’s regular supporter during the Glass Spider Tour. Sexton also appeared in the video Glass Spider playing the guitar in the Iggy Pop song “I Wanna Be Your Dog” and Velvet Underground “White Light / White Heat”. In his final years of adolescence, he began to become a session musician for other artists such as Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, Don Henley, Jimmy Barnes and Bob Dylan. He also recorded his second album, titled Charlie Sexton, barely twenty years old.

In 1988, Sexton started working with his brother Will, and the group, called Will and the Kill, released a self-titled album with Sexton and Jimmie Vaughan playing the guitar in several songs. Sexton also contributed to several movie soundtracks such as True Romance and Air America, and made a cameo appearance in Thelma & amp; Louise.

In 1992, Sexton, along with Doyle Bramhall II, Tommy Shannon, and Chris “Whipper” Layton, formed the Arc Angels group. The band recorded and published an album with the same name on Geffen Records the same year. However, the group disbanded just three years after its formation.

In 1999, Bob Dylan hired Sexton to replace Bucky Baxter in his band. Sexton had previously played with Dylan during a couple of concerts in Austin in 1996. Sexton’s stay in the group between 1999 and 2002 gave him more exposure in the musical arena, with several critics pointing out the interaction between him and Larry Campbell, who also He played as a guitarist in Dylan’s band. Acclaimed as one of Dylan’s best formations, the group supported the musician in the recording of “Things Have Changed”, from the film Young prodigies, and on the album “Love & Theft”. He also appeared in the feature film Anonymous.

In October 2009, he rejoined Dylan’s group, replacing Denny Freeman. Sexton was in the group until the last concert of the year, on November 21. In 2013, Duke Robillard took over the guitar in the band, but was fired after only twenty-seven concerts. Sexton returned to join the group during the third stage of the 2013 Never Ending Tour.

Parallel to his work with Dylan, Sexton also worked with other artists, producing the album of Double Trouble Been to Long Time and the album of Lucinda Williams Essence, both published in 2001. After leaving the group of Dylan, Sexton He produced more works by artists such as Edie Brickell, Jon Dee Graham, Shannon McNally and The Super Seven. At the end of 2005, he published the album Cruel and Gentle Things.

In 2002, The Arc Angels again offered concerts in Austin and Dallas. In 2009, the group announced a major tour and the recording of a second album, the first in seventeen years.

In 2013, Sexton, Jakob Dylan, Brady Blade, Dave Matthews and his brother, Will, recorded an album at the Blade Studios in Shreveport, Louisiana. Subsequently, the group was renamed The Nauts.

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