EPISODE ARCHIVE

Happy | Sean of the South

Happiness is an old dog who doesn’t know a stranger, and a Baptist foot-washing service. Music by Hot October.

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Mama | Sean of the South

The season draws to a close and it is the end of summer blessings. Sean delivers a tale of his mother, and the gentle wisdom she offered. Music by the Wildmans.

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Happy Anniversary | Sean of the South

The 50th episode of Sean of the South, live at the Mount Vernon Theater in Tallassee, Alabama, with foot-stomping music played on the same stage where Hank Williams performed. Music by the Goat Hill String Band.

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A Daddy’s Love | Sean of the South

The love between a father and his girl—a late bloomer who finds her own way in life. Music by Hearts Gone South.

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Believe | Sean of the South

Hear Sean talk about life as he knows it as he tells part of his own story, and how peanuts and Coca-Cola are more than just a pastime. Musical guest, Hayfever Bluegrass.

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Love Songs | Sean of the South

Sean tells the story about love, second chances, and small weddings in clapboard meeting houses. Music by Haywire Bluegrass Band.

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Life is Good | Sean of the South

Sean delivers the story of two young men headed for Montgomery, on their own for their first time. Music by Stuart Mason and Little Black Train.

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Blessings | Sean of the South

A story of summer rains, elderly barbers, hardware stores, and meeting everyday people who make the world go round. Music by Brandon Lee Adams.

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American Angels | Sean of the South

A story of old men with too much time on their hands, porch sitting, chewing the fat, and the ever-present Piggly Wiggly. Music by Songs from the Road Band.

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Southern Hopsitality | Sean of the South

Sean discusses the current state of Southern English, followed by the tale of a man who encounters the hospitality of his own people. Music by Greensky Bluegrass.

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Sweet Home Alabama | Sean of the South

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.

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Fourth of July | Sean of the South

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.

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