Sean Vs. Wild

Recorded in kitchens, garages, and studio apartments all across the country, drummer of Uh Huh Baby Yeah and pop culture enthusiast Sean Thriller Smith takes on the wild world of podcasting with "Sean Vs. Wild". Party with Sean as he sits down with up-and-comers, current stars, and legends in the fields of music, movies, modeling, art, and entertainment to discuss life on the road, argue over movies, and deliver insights to influence and inspire others to follow their dreams. All while enjoying a cold beverage or two. Tune In and Wild Out!
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Oct 17, 2017

This week Sean is joined in the "Virtual Smithsonian" by Shawn Milke, guitarist/vocalist for post-hardcore heavyweights ALESANA, and founder of Raleigh-based label Revival Recordings. Sean and Shawn sit down to discuss the early beginnings of the band, the correct pronunciation of the band name, the most incorrect spelling of Sean/Shawn/Shaun, signing to Fearless, their genuine love of music, going to Circuit City, their favorite Beatles albums, starting a record label, helping new and upcoming artists, and the current state of the music business. Later on in the show, Shawn showcases the song "Definition of Fine" by Revival band Shatterproof before the two tip their hats to one another and ride off into the sunset. Get your CD burners out, update your Myspace Top 8, and prepare to get wild on this week's episode of the Sean (and SHAWN) Vs. Wild Podcast!

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