Sean Harrison presents:
A uniquely original creation for house concerts and other listening rooms.
For me it started in 1964. I was 5. The Beatles and Dylan did a number on me that is still reverberating. Then along came Bobby Gentry, Roger Miller, Johnny Cash, and so on. I'll play bits and pieces of those influences and tell you how it all led to songs like Gravel & Dirt, and Halfway From Nashville.
I was about 11 and I was hearing Creedence Clearwater, Cat Stevens, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, some British Invasion pop hits, and I was mesmerized by Abbey Road. The years 1969, 1970 and '71, there was so much happening. I tried to take it all in, and it formed its own kind of conscience in me. I was a young folky, of sorts, enthralled with these wild new rock sounds.
More about this, and much more, when I perform "An Americana Songwriter's Journey."
Live music praise
"Harrison's 'Americana Journey' show is unlike anything out there. Totally original but also with a neat little trip into our collective musical past. Delightful."
Amy Love, Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, Muskogee
Sean Harrison is a Billboard-charted* songwriter from Fayetteville, Arkansas, best known for his humorous, quirky and self-mocking country tunes about the average guy’s stumbles and struggles through American life. He also writes the occasional sad song about suckers and losers. His style crisscrosses boundaries of Country, Americana, Folk, Rock and Blues, but Sean describes himself simply as a Southern songwriter.