Episode Archives

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).

Essays From a Turbulent World | Sean of the South

Listen this week as Sean enters the studio to read current essays he’s written about the turbulent world we are living in.

Guitar Guy | Sean of the South

Just Sean and his antique guitar, filling the studio with the earsplitting sounds of truly mediocre music, singing several songs you’ve probably heard before, maybe a few that you haven’t.

Old Recipes | Sean of the South

Sean talks about his favorite subject; Food. Poundcake, pimento cheese, deviled eggs, and congealed salads. Special guest, his mother-in-law.

O When the Saints | Sean of the South

A good old time is had by all on a Northwestern Florida Friday night with special guest Lana May, playing clarinet with the band, and Floyd the barber trimming Sean’s hair.

Mother’s Day | Sean of the South

Celebrate Mother’s Day with Sean and friends who are in the studio playing special songs and hymns, and reading stories that were sent in from listeners from around the U.S. Musical guest, Aaron Peters.

Quarantine Special | Sean of the South

Sean reads the mail from people around the U.S. who played in last week’s book give-away contest, those who have been quarantining due to coronavirus. He also welcomes a special guest who just happens to be his mother-in-law. Music by Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs.

Mayberry, U.S.A. | Sean of the South

Take a trip to Mayberry, North Carolina, with Sean and the gang, listen while Sean gets a haircut from Floyd the barber, and chat with noted Andy Griffith Show expert, Allan Newsome. Music by the Family Sowell.

The Old West | Sean of the South

Sean salutes the old West, Texans, Mexico, and those whose lives have been touched by childhood cancer, giving you a sure fire method for becoming a legitimate cowboy. Music by Mariachi Nuevo Sonido.