Sean Dietrich

Giving Thanks | Sean of the South

Live from Birmingham, Alabama, with special musical guest Chosen Road bluegrass band, and John Reischman. Sean reads letters written on Thanksgiving from the Civil War, and tells a story about a Thanksgiving long ago.

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The Tennessee Waltz | Sean of the South

This episode, live from Tennessee, with special musical guest Tyler Grant, American flatpicking champion and singer. Sean sings a song in tribute of Minnie Pearl, then delivers a story.

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Yellow Rose of Texas | Sean of the South

Live from Texas, with special musical guest the Slocan Ramblers, playing bluegrass by way of Ontario, Canada. Sean delivers a story about a childhood hero, and recites a poem in homage of Texan Taco trucks.

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I Love You, Atlanta | Sean of the South

Recorded in Atlanta, along with our special guest, Hearts Gone South, Sean reads the mail and delivers a story about ordering his first beer in the Gate City of the South.

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An Evening With Sean | Sean of the South

Sean takes the stage and delivers his one-man show with a battered guitar in one hand, and his heart in the other. It will be a night you’ll forget for the rest of your life.

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Coca-Cola Boy | Sean of the South

Sean tells the story of an American tradition common to the Southeast. Music by The Po Ramblin’ Boys.

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Goin’ To Louisiana | Sean of the South

The story of a son’s love, a derelict camper trailer, the Bayou State, and the errors that lead us home. Traditional Cajun music by the Pine Leaf Boys.

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Chicken Divan | Sean of the South

Sean delivers a story of elderly women, wayward young men, and quilted Bible covers. With music by Backline bluegrass band.

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The Little Town | Sean of the South

A tale of sweet tea, Corningware dishes, and familiar faces. Sean tells of things remembered. With music by Southern Raised bluegrass band. 

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A Night Under the Stars | Sean of the South

A story about porch swings, pocket knives, night skies, and good dogs. With music by Katy Lou and Penny Lea Clark, from the the Purple Hulls.

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