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.
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Sean is in the studio with his 100-year-old guitar, underwhelming the microphone, singing, and playing a few old ones.
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.
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.
The tale of a redhead learning who he is, Sean delivers a story that you will forget for the rest of your life. Music by Mile Twelve.
The story of boys and girls, and teenage romance, and the friends that get us through our awkward moments. Music by the Pressley Sisters.
Sean delivers the story about a family reunion on the bay, and the downhome food that goes with it. Music by Simon Robinson.
Welcome to West Florida, a giant swamp with more memories than you can shake a stick at. Music by Redwood River Band.
Sean tells a story about the slow and docile world that came before smart phones and computers. Music by Big Cedar Fever.
Sean recounts the story of his younger days, throwing the newspaper with his mother in the heat of West Florida. Music by Hearts Gone South.
The stroy of a baseball game, a chubby child, and kindness toward those who become unlikely friends. Music by Giri and Uma Peters.
Sean recalls the story of a special birthday gift, and the people who believe in us along the way. Music by Xaris Waltman.
Sean delivers a story of a camping trip with a small-town men’s Bible study group. Music by the Monocle Band.
Sean talks about the simple pleasures of sitting on a porch, and listening to rain. Music by Beg Steal or Borrow.
Celebrate the Fourth of July with music, laughter, and homegrown tomatoes. Sean delivers a tale about the red fruit that makes the world a better place. Music by Unspoken Tradition.
The Sean of the South Podcast makes its summer return, and Sean delivers the story of a funeral for an unexpected furry friend. Music by Trout Steak Revival.