Sean Harrison-‘Halfway From Nashville’ Album Review

Halfway From Nashville “All the songs that I write are about schmucks and losers, I guess autobiography is my chosen form,” Sean Harrison sings in the opening title track of this charmingly quirky collection that lyrically mines the golden, literary territory of Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Tom T. Hall and Guy Clark, while musically moving with ease from classic country, accompanied by weepy steel guitar, to skillful splashes of … Continue reading Sean Harrison-‘Halfway From Nashville’ Album Review

Southern Storyteller Sean Harrison Wordplays His Way Through New Single, “Halfway From Nashville”

Southern songwriting storyteller Sean Harrison modulates and wordplays his way through his debut single, “Halfway From Nashville.” The ballad, filled with Roger Miller-style quirkisms, nods to Johnny Cash and great Country songs, is a John Prine-ish, Tom T. Hall-esque half spoken, half sung reflection on life lived and roads traveled. Laced with weepy pedal steel guitar and a punched-up count in the verses, the track … Continue reading Southern Storyteller Sean Harrison Wordplays His Way Through New Single, “Halfway From Nashville”