Although he's still in his mid-twenties, jazz guitarist Sean Britt has already established himself as a leading voice on his instrument. His playing pays homage to the canon of guitar giants such as Wes Montgomery while imbibing the post-bop ethos of John Coltrane. Moreover, Britt's artistry transcends these influences as his rhythmic, melodic and compositional approach reflect a distinctly millennial sensibility, neither idolizing nor eschewing the past. Having shared the stage with such luminaries as Stefon Harris, Lewis Nash, Donald Brown and Christian McBride, he has embraced the best of tradition and trend. Consequently, he is steadily approaching notoriety as a must-know player of his generation. With drummer Willis Edmundson and bassist Benjamin Young, the Sean Britt Trio highlights Britt's technical and compositional prowess. His work with the group reveals an artistic maturity that is at once declarative and explorational, confident but ever-curious.