An old instrument, and the sentimental value it holds. Sean tells the story of the guitar he plays, and how he almost lost it. Music by the Sowell Family.
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It’s the time of year for resolutions, Sean delivers a story about accidental meetings with people you once knew. Music by the Hot Club of Cowtown.
A story about growing up, and about the siblings who help us do it. Sean delivers the story of being a big brother. Music by Big Cedar Fever.
Sean delivers the story of a new year, an Episcopal church, and a few people he’s known. Music by Steam Machine.
Sean tells the story of growing up, of beautiful water, and a lonely boy who just wants to catch a fish. Music by Woody Pines.
The story of getting lost, and the ones who help us find our way back. Music by the Quasi Brothers.
Of women, and church potluck tables, and the cake revered by many, Sean tells the story of the women who cook poundcake. Music by California Feetwarmers.
Sean tells the story of under-confident children from different worlds, writing letters, and delivering kindness. Music by Jake and Rebekah Workman.
Sean tells the story of a third-grader who has a knack for poetry, and a tale of angels from the Methodist tradition. Music by The Barefoot Movement.
Happiness is an old dog who doesn’t know a stranger, and a Baptist foot-washing service. Music by Hot October.
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.
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.
The love between a father and his girl—a late bloomer who finds her own way in life. Music by Hearts Gone 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.
Sean tells the story about love, second chances, and small weddings in clapboard meeting houses. Music by Haywire Bluegrass Band.
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.