Born and raised in Topanga, California, Eamon grew up on great American music. 

 Music was a passion from early on. Eamon began studying piano at age six only to graduate to guitar by age ten. This interest would develop into a curiosity for musical instruments and idioms of all varieties. By the time he reached high school (Crossroads School for the Arts) he was playing jazz guitar, bluegrass mandolin and north Indian classical Sarod with world-renowned Indian musician Sri Aloke Lahiri. After attending CalArts, Eamon began working as a session musician while recording and touring with various bands. He founded and fronted the trio called ‘Humdinger’ in 2004, then wrote and produced the eponymously titled album in 2005(co-produced by Eric Corne). He's played pedal steel and guitar for pop stars such as  Mandy Moore, Kyle Cook (Matchbox 20) and Slash (Guns&Roses) and written for artists ranging from Mickey Avalon to Shaun Ryder (Happy Mondays).

 Eamon has had the opportunity to work with legendary producers and engineers including Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles), Andy Johns (The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton) and Stewart Levine (Dr. John, B.B. King, Hugh Masekela), from whom he learned the intricacies of song craft and sonic landscape. He's recently worked with Bing Wang on recordings for Taiwanese pop stars Yan Ya Ron and S.H.E. .  These experiences have inspired an extensive writing output for other artists and for film/television. You’ve heard his work on everything from ‘The Hills’ to ‘American Idol’ and ‘If I Can Dream’. Thankfully, the curiosity that beguiled him at 10 still exists. Today, it manifests itself in a collection of bizarre Japanese guitars, C6th pedal steel excursions and assorted oddball tube amps