Sean Parson drops his solo debut album, 'Rezervation Blues'. With styles ranging from reggea, folk, hip-hop, alt-country, and downtempo, there's enough to go around for everyone. Sean takes us from Montana to Jamaica and everywhere inbetween with his Big Sky melodies and his roots rhythyms. Parson manages to play all the instruments on every track, with the exception of the Miles like horn on Signs of Devine. While showcasing his talent as singer, songwriter, and performer, he also recorded, mixed, and produced the album himself. Sean started his solo project after years of playing bass with Driftopia, and guitar and slide for the Groove Phatties Trio. 'Rezervation Blues' is a 21st century testamonial to life in Montana, as a father, husband, musician, thinker, poet, and human being. Sean uses his life as a guide and it shows the beauty in humanities struggle with our own self-absortion.