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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Feb 27, 2018

Alright Wildlings, this week Sean is joined in the Smithsonian by Brent, Nick, and Ethan of Greyhaven. We're going to be talking all about their new album "EMPTY BLACK", what they've been up to in recent years, the writing and recording process, "HYPERFOCUS", Stone Cold Steve Austin, signing with Graphic Nature/Equal Vision Records, Nirvana's MTV Unplugged Special, their favorite Louisville bands of past and present, and which band they think will be the next big breakout stars. Later in the show, we check out the first single "ECHO AND DUST PT. 1" and Brent shares how the song is inspired by an underrated Michael Keaton film. Crank up the volume for this one, it's the newest episode of the Sean Vs. Wild podcast!

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