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“It’s Gonna Be A Wild Future.”

Deputy Zero front man, Sean Campbell, has a gig tonight. More like a moonlighting thing than a sanctioned L.A. club date. In fact, points two and three of the Deputy Zero musical group triangle—Chilean born drummer, Fernando Jaramillo and transplanted Vancouver-born bass player, Chris Hammer – are nowhere to be seen. This audience is not composed of Jack-swilling rockers and low-cut Betty rollers. On the contrary, the crowd of near hundred sits crossed legged on rubber mats, eyes closed, ears tuned into world-renown six-string toting Kundalini yogi, Guru Singh, as he leads another Thursday night Yoga West packed house through post exercise mantra. This evening’s special guest guitarist, seated to the master’s left and plucking his heart out, is an artist in transition.

“I just discovered Yoga West and Guru Singh recently,” says the Providence, Rhode Island born/L.A. raised Sean. I’ve been attending classes for several months now. That man throws down some pretty heavy stuff, makes you examine yourself, where you’re at, how you fit in…or don’t, and why? Last week, he invited me to sit on the chant. I was honored.”

Sean Campbell’s personal musical journey began in 1987, the year I became editor of RIP Magazine and started writing about rock n’ roll. The synchronicity of our meeting does not end there. But we’ll return to the other cosmic coincidence later.

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