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Welcome to my home in cyberspace! This page focuses mostly on my music for young audiences. If you're interested in the Lonetones or my other musical activities, check out the quick links below.

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"I Like Bugs" is one of the best family songs I have heard in ages." - Farmer Jason

 

Sean McCollough and Friends: This Is Our House

 

This Is Our House - Sean McCollough and Friends

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  • Sep 23
    WDVX Blue Plate Special Knoxville
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  • Sep 27
    Louie Bluie Festival Caryville
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  • Sep 28
    Jammin' At Hippie Jack's Americana Music & Art Festival Crawford
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Kidstuff on Market Square

CD Release Show

 

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A piece of the story is below:

“I do some standard sing-alongs, but then I do a lot of stuff that’s even more participatory than that,” says McCollough. “I do things that you might almost call song games, where they have a part. Either they have to figure out the rhyme in the song, or they have hand motions that go along with the song. I try to do things that engage them beyond just singing along.”

McCollough has extensive experience entertaining kids. He has done music programs in local schools for nearly 20 years, and he has a weekly radio show on WDVX called “Kidstuff with Sean McCollough” (10 a.m. Saturdays). And as Sean McCollough and Friends, he recorded a children’s CD titled “This Is Our House.”

Comments

November 22, 2013 @11:51 am
At 57 years old, I have survived a car acnecidt, me being the target w/o the benefit of being in a car! That was 5 years ago and I'm still undergoing plastic surgeries with one more to go then I'm done. Last year was a bout of cancer to which I am struggling with the doctors, in letting me alone. I did their traditional treatment, but never understood a little irritation meant permanent damage after brachytherapy, and may experience ringing in your ears temporarily meant 2tone-ringing in the head not my ears, to be permanent. It is not too bad now, because I am using some asian herbs that miraculously took care of it. In hindsight I don't think I would have chosen that course. The acnecidt left me with burns, and I was not expected to survive and therefore the first night, no one seemed to be interested in helping me the first night in the trauma center. I kept asking if I have burns, why aren't I in the burn unit. After ICU for critical care patients, I moved into the burn unit and stayed there for 3 months fighting with the doc who was in charge of structural damage broken pelvis, hip/spine, ribs as if to say, is she a patient of your department or mine? What a comedy! Well, I got myself out of there. Rehabbing at home with a wheelchair, to a walker, to crutches and eventually on my own where I can walk the dogs again. The title caught my attention.
 - Heidi
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