Sheldon Reynolds is a guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. At the age of 8, Sheldon Reynolds picked up the guitar, not knowing that his early musical interest would lead to an illustrious career. By the age of 12, the Ohio born prodigy had become a serious guitarist with dreams of one day being famous. Today, Reynolds' résumé reflects the realization of that dream. During the early stages of his professional career, Reynolds toured with blues performer Millie Jackson and later played and produced music for Capital recording artist, Sun. He went on to join The Commodores in 1983 and remained with the group for 4 years. Reynolds is most widely known as former lead guitarist and vocalist with the legendary Earth, Wind, and Fire. During that era, Reynolds also recorded with the group Chicago. His tenure with Earth, Wind & Fire lasted 14 years, up until Reynolds joined Experience Hendrix, the family company of Jimi Hendrix, realizing yet another life-long dream of being involved in the musical legacy of the greatest guitarist of all-time.