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Sept 17 – The Branch, Tahlequah, OK
Sept 23-25 – Eklund Songwriter Festival, Clayton, NM (postponed, TBD)
Oct. 15 – Novel Taproom, Newton, N.C.
Oct. 16 – Private event, Raleigh, N.C.
Oct. 17-19 – Video projects in N.C.
Oct. 20 – Paul’s Place, w/ John Carlson, Fayetteville, N.C.
Oct. 21 – Nash Street Tavern, Hillsborough, N.C.
Oct. 22 – Lost Province Brewing Co., Boone, N.C.
Oct. 23 – Puckett’s Americana Taphouse, Franklin, TN
"His songwriting is fresh, charming and even hopeful… once I leaned in and opened myself to its charms, I was hooked. Damn, debut albums aren’t often this compelling.”
Donald Teplyske, Fervor Coulee
"...suckers and losers."
The album “Halfway From Nashville” is the next stop on songwriter Sean Harrison’s long, twisty, up-and-down road back to music from a long time gone.
In his early twenties, Sean played full-time in Texas and shared the stage with some legendary songwriters and players. There was a promising path for a music career ahead of him. “But I got lost and stayed lost for a while,” he says, without remorse. “Booze. Drugs. I wasted a lot of time.” Years later, clean and sober, Sean played time-to-time in a variety of minor acts but made a living doing other things. It was only recently, with a new view on life and a long pent-up creative impulse, that he recommitted to his songwriting. “I don’t play the guitar with the confidence of youth I once had. My voice has some miles on it. But I realized there are songs that need to be written and I don’t have any more time to waste.”