A girl returns to the place of her beginning, after a lifetime living out West, she crosses the Alabama border and rediscovers what it means to be home. Old-time fiddle music by Tricia Spencer and Howard Rains.
Sean sits behind a moderately out-of-tune grand piano and performs with his band of 16 years, the Boiled Peanuts, then settle in to hear the story of a hometown 4th of July among simple people who eat too much potato salad. Music by the Boiled Peanuts.
Prairies, wheat, and small towns no bigger than area rugs. Sean visits the land of his father and meets strangers along the way, discovering who he came from, and how life isn’t all that different over in Kansas. Music by Kansas’ own Truckstop Honeymoon.
The summer story of church supper on the grounds, helping a few people in need, and what it means to eat food at a Baptist potluck. Music by South Carolina’s own Backline Bluegrass.
Sean takes a long trip into the stunning Rocky Mountains of Colorado, to visit his father’s resting place on top Pike’s Peak, and to say goodbye. Music by Colorado’s own, Thunder and Rain.
Around a campfire, stories abound. and so do memories. Ghost stories, tales of camping trips, tents full of Little Leaguers, and just plain old nostalgia. Sean tells the tale of where his stories come from. Music by The Lonesome Days.
Andy Griffith’s birthday episode, celebrating his 92nd birthday. Sean Dietrich offers a story of Mayberry, olden times, and the devilish yellow flies of North Florida and South Alabama. Music by Appalachian Trail bluegrass band.
Hear Sean tell a story on a summer night, about things found in the country, and memories found in the back corners of the mind. A story delivered by a someone so average, you wonder why he even bothered. Music by Dewey and Leslie Brown and the Carolina Gentleman.
Sean tells a story about the excitement of summer and of Sunday school in May, evangelical teachers who wear tall hair, and the childhood melodies that go with it all. Music by Lateral Blue.