Sheldon Botler was born on May 20, 1988 in Seattle, Washington. His music fuses elements of Soul/R&B, Jazz, Folk, Rock, Electronic and Rap.
With influences such as Bilal, Stevie Wonder, Austin Jenckes, and Maxwell, his music is focused on connecting with, and uplifting the hearts and minds of his listeners.
Botler's career musician started at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, where he soloed "New York State of Mind" with Garfield High School Jazz Choir in 2005. He has since featured at the Paramount Theatre, The Grammy Museum, The Roxy, Umoja Festival, Festival Sundiata on Seattle Center' Center Stage, Nola's, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center and many other venues along the West Coast.
Opener for Jacob Lusk - October 2013
Northwest Music Experience: Winner for Hip Hop/R&B - August 2013
Opener for PJ Morton - July 2013
Love you all and Thank You for your support,
Depends on the weather. Soul/Folk/Hip Hop/Electronica/Jazz
I had soooooo much fun singing at Sugarfoot Shoetique's event last night. Long live Viola for creating such a fantastic event. I'll be at the next painting and sipping as a guest ^_^!!!
This weekend I had the pleasure of vocal producing for and co-writing with artist @LinaLoi and writer @TerryGingles at Record Plant Recording Studio in West Hollywood
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May 20th, 2017 | 8:00PM | Concert | Kulak's Woodshed
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FT. William Hawkins, Jessica Gallion, and Deitra Walker
Rest In Peace Father
My father Gordon Dean Botler passed away two days ago. I am inspired to pass on his legacy. He was a peaceful man with a loving, heart, he was a constant learner and he never let his weak moments dictate his future. Let us all celebrate his passing by living more fully and becoming men and women of Christ, Peace, Deep understanding and care for EVERYONE no matter who are are, what they practice, how they behave, or what they look like.