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.
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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 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.
Sean delivers the story of people who struggle against each day, and the unexpected visitors they get at Christmas. Music by Adam Kiesling.
Sean tells a personal story about what makes a boy want to become a writer, and what makes a man want to become a columnist. Music by Cocek! Brass Band.
Thanksgiving comes early for those with scattered families, Sean delivers the story of one such holiday. Music by the Misty Mountain String Band.
Sean talks about the weekend spent with elders, and old men who help make us who we are. Music by Sugar and the Mint.
Sean chaperones a van load of teenagers to the Smoky Mountains to visit Dollywood, and lives to tell about it. Music by the High 48’s.
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.