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Florida Cows | Sean of the South

Sean records from a cow pasture on the Florida-Alabama line, and reads some first-date stories sent in by listeners, with special guest Joe Ewers and his historic South Carolina string band.

Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee

An episode recorded at Garrison Creek, on the Natchez Trace Trail in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, with special guest, Grant Ferris on the nylon string banjo.

Walton County, Florida | Sean of the South

The first episode of a season featuring new locations, small towns, and places within America. Recorded in Walton County. Special guests Tricia Spencer and Howard Rains.

Yuletide Guitar | Sean of the South

Sean enters the studio to play a handful of carols on an old guitar, to tell a few stories, and most of all, to wish you a very merry Christmas.

Christmas In COVID | Sean of the South

From live performances and recordings during a socially distanced COVID-era Christmas, and music by Aaron Peters, Billy Howell, Steve Gilmore, and Caleb Riley. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a safe year.

Don’t Open Until Christmas Eve | Sean of the South

A surprise podcast special, intended especially for Christmas Eve night. This episode is for young and old alike. For the socially distanced, the elderly, the quarantined, the unemployed, and the downhearted. Whatever you do, do not listen to this episode before the Eve of Christmas.

Christmas Among Friends | Sean of the South

Sean invites friends into the studio from near and far away to talk and sing about Christmas, with special guest and author Shawn Smucker, along with Aaron Peters on the mountain fiddle.

A Christmas Story | Sean of the South

Sean dusts off one of his old short stories and reads a holiday tale about love, angels, and the magic found in Christmas, found in his upcoming Christmas book.

The Good Ole Days | Sean of the South

Live from the Black Box Theater in Columbiana, Alabama. An hour podcast special of music played to an empty auditorium, pandemic-style. Music by Intermission, and Aaron Peters.

What I Wish | Sean of the South

Back by popular demand, Sean reads more of his essays after receiving listener requests to read over the air. Music by the Tuskegee Institute Singers (c.1916).