Sean of the South’s album release party happening at the Grand Ole Opry—and you’re invited

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The Grand Ole Opry is one of the most iconic spots of the music industry. (Metro Nashville / Facebook)

Sean Dietrich, better known as “Sean of the South,” has reached a big milestone in his multifaceted creative career—his very first album release. To mark the occasion, he’s having both a performance and a party at the Grand Old Opry. Here’s what you need to know about both of these events (that you’re invited to!).

Sean of the South is performing and having a party

Sean of the South moved to Birmingham in 2022 (after telling stories in Cahaba Heights in 2019), but he’s about to take a trip up north to Nashville for a special day.

On September 22, the popular author, podcaster, and musician will be performing at the one-and-only Grand Ole Opry.

He made this exciting announcement via social media, using his friendly, lighthearted voice. He prefaced the announcement with, “I cannot believe I’m writing this,” and ended it with, “Also, I’m not crying as I write this. It’s the pollen.”

Here’s the details on the show:

But the excitement doesn’t stop with the show. Afterwards, there will be a Sean of the South album release party, during which he will be “playing music and hugging necks” to celebrate the release of his very first album. The best part? He invited his fans to come.

Sean of the South is a multi-talented Birmingham resident

Sean of the South is known for his creative genius, and he has amassed a large following on social media (over 333K followers on Facebook).

The opening line of his biography on his website reads:

“Sean Dietrich is a columnist, novelist, and stand-up storyteller known for his commentary on life in the American South.”

Sean Dietrich’s Website

A prolific, witty and creative writer, Dietrich is the author of fifteen books, and his writing has been featured in prominent publications such as Southern Living and Readers’ Digest. In addition, he’s the host of his own podcast, appropriately named Sean of the South.

But his creativity doesn’t stop with writing and podcasting. His musicianship is incredible, and it will be on display like never before on September 22.

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Sarah Gronberg
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