It’s rare when an artist helps define a city’s music identity, but since 1990, Chris Sullivan has been one of most recognized musicians that helped recording labels and A&R representatives stand up and take notice of the Oklahoma City music scene. From his days as one of the co-founders and frontman of GIANT Records recording artists, Wakeland, Chris helped pave the way for the Oklahoma City music scene and turned the empty, dimly lit dingy bar band scene into packed house, college driven, exciting and fun shows that became the standard for numerous bands behind them.
After the breakup of Wakeland in 2002, Chris’ passion for music and creativity didn’t end. In fact, he knew that he still had tons material that he still wanted fans to hear and instead of joining or forming another band, Sullivan made the decision to launch his solo career. In the fall of 2003, he signed with local talent and management powerhouse, Box Talent. As an artist at Box Talent, Sullivan flourished. Spending countless nights playing throughout the Oklahoma City metro, Sullivan has continued to build a loyal and fervent following among thousands of fans that have followed him for over a decade. And with new songs like, “In Time”, “Sunday Morning” and fan favorite "Euphoria", Sullivan’s future as one of Oklahoma’s premier artists shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.