Episode Archives

Sleep Aids | Sean of the South

Sean does what he does best, by telling a story that doubles as a medical-grade sleep aid. Music by Alan Barnosky.

We Who is Slow | Sean of the South

Sean is back, and this time he’s in the studio, talking to himself for the entertainment of none. You have to worry about a guy who talks to himself. Music by Nick Gonnering.

The Boy Sings Again | Sean of the South

Sean brings his guitar into the studio again to underwhelm the microphone and bore you to death. Music by Sean Dietrich.

Redheads in Photographs | Sean of the South

Sean is in the studio, talking to himself for the entertainment of none about old photographs and chubby childhoods. You have to worry about a guy who talks to himself. Music by the Krickets.

Old Fashioned Entertainment | Sean of the South

Sean is back, this time he’s in the studio where he is talking to himself for his own entertainment. You have to worry about a guy who talks to himself. Music by the Blue Eyed Bettys.

The Taste of Barbecue | Sean of the South

Sean is back, and this time he’s in the studio, talking to himself for the entertainment of none. You have to worry about a guy who talks to himself. Music by Charles Latham.

The Boy Sings | Sean of the South

Sean is in the studio with his 100-year-old guitar, underwhelming the microphone, singing, and playing a few old ones.

Beer Joints | Sean of the South

Sean is back, and this time he’s in the studio, talking to himself for the entertainment of none. You have to worry about a guy who talks to himself. Music by Hope Griffin.

Back in the Saddle Again

Sean is back, and this time he’s in the studio, talking to himself for the entertainment of none. You have to worry about a guy who talks to himself. Music by Hot October.

Christmas in the South

Sean of the South’s 3rd annual Christmas special, live from the historic Imogene Theater in Milton, Florida. An evening you are sure to forget for the rest of your life. Music by Blue Mullet and Pensacola Children’s Chorus.