Sean Dietrich is a musician, columnist, novelist and podcast host, known for his commentary on life in the American South. His work has appeared in Newsweek, Southern Living, Reader's Digest, Garden and Gun, the Tallahassee Democrat, the Birmingham News, the Mobile Press Register and his column appears in newspapers throughout the U.S. He has authored 14 books, with the 15th due out in November, and is the creator of the Sean of the South podcast.
Sean has performed all over the Southeast, bringing his stories to life through his music and stage presence. He recently appeared at the Grand Ole Opry, and he has already been invited back for an encore performance.
“We are very pleased that Sean of the South will be coming to the Pastime Theatre on June 17th. Sean has a lot of followers from this area, and we are expecting a great show as well as a great crowd,” said Mary Hyche, theater board chair.
Sean will be joined by Goat Hill String Band. They will play some tunes, and Sean will be telling stories. Goat Hill String Band plays a mix of classic pop and rock covers from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90's, 00s, and 10s, performed with acoustic string instruments along with the occasional traditional bluegrass tune.
“We look forward to welcoming Winfield native Patrick Reed and Goat Hill String Band back to our stage. They performed here several years ago. We hope you will join us for an entertaining night of music and heartwarming stories,” added Hyche.
Tickets may be purchased in person in Winfield at the following locations: The Pastime Theatre/Main Street office, city hall, Gold Connection or the Kemp Foundation. They can be purchased online at itickets.com. Tickets are $25. For more information call 205-487-3002. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the show starts at 7.
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