Sean tells a story about the slow and docile world that came before smart phones and computers. Music by Big Cedar Fever.
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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 tells the story of a boy who always wanted to be a cowboy, and the colorful trips that lead children into adulthood. Music by the Farmer and Adele.
The end of winter is nearing, and Sean tells a tale of weddings, and those who become the great loves of our lives. Music by the Carolina Blue Band.
Sean delivers the tale of strangers meeting on a highway, and the Georgia two-lanes that lead toward destinations unknown. Music by the Chatham Rabbits.
Sean recalls how he started telling stories, and his simple beginnings, and the unlikely friends who pointed him onward. Music by Hank and Pattie and the Current.
Life, love, and fried chicken shared in fellowship halls of rural America. Sean delivers the tale of what it means to attend a potluck. Music by the Price Sisters.
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.
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.
The spirit of Christmas can be found in shopping malls if you are lucky, or in a group of singing children if you are even luckier. Music by the Savannah Children’s Choir.
The story of a Christmas remembered, a few songs of yore, and candlelights that make it all worth remembering. Music by the Corn Potato String Band.
A tale of kindness at Christmas, and the unlikely heroes who are thoughtful enough to make the holiday what it is. Music by Martha Spencer.