Angela Autumn is a singer, songwriter, guitar and banjo player from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her debut EP and single, Rascal, was described as “country-crossover” by NPR’s Pilar Fitzgerald:

Angela Autumn’s folk-country “Rascal” has been stuck in my head all week. Inspired to start songwriting by Bob Dylan’s music, Autumn describes herself as “cowgirl folk and sad girl blues.”

Visit: Angela Autumn’s site.

3 comments on “100th Episode | Sean of the South

  1. Deborah (Debbie) Gillespie says:

    Congratulations on your 100th episode. The VERY BEST part was your a cappella singing “I’ll Fly Away” at the end! I could barely breathe it was so pure and beautiful. Thank you, Sean. May there be 100 more Sean of the South Podcasts and may you always sing the song in your heart.

  2. John R. Townsend says:

    Oh my, listened to the 100th in Sarajevo. It takes me home to Bell, FL on the banks of Suwannee.

  3. Linda Moon says:

    Angela Autumn lived up to her name: Autumn, my favorite season. Your take on some Southern Baptists might not meet the approval of that pastor I know down in Pintlala….but I don’t think so. After all, he did let you show up and speak from his dais. I approved and enjoyed seeing you and my childhood friend, Pastor Gary. CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR LANDMARK 100th PODCAST!!

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