The 100th episode of the Sean of the South podcast, live from the Main Street Theater in Bradford, Pennsylvania, hometown of Case Knives. Music by Angela Autumn.
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The beauty of unexpected friends found in unlikely places, and the simple joys of camper trailers. Music by Matt Sellars.
Sean tells the story of old pickup trucks, friends, and the childhood moments that stick with us. Music by Vaden Landers.
Sean tells the story of trying, failing, and about the saving grace of a fall day. Music by Admiral Radio.
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.
Celebrating 75 episodes, which nobody thought was possible, and the story of Sean’s humble beginnings. Music by the British bluegrass legends of Clark Zuppardi Hartley.
Sean tells the story of an elderly woman who embodies the bygone era, and of the nostalgia surrounding that world. Music by Sean’s friends, the Chatham Rabbits.
Celebrate Mardi Gras with a trip to L.A., (Lower Alabama) and meet the old people who make the region what it is. Music by the Late Risers.
Marriages that endure the years to become precious rarities in today’s world. Music by the Gap Civil Old Time Band.
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.