An Evening with Sean Harrison at The Yellow House

See Photo Location
Past Event

Sean was born in Nashville and raised mostly in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he grew up in the literary home of the late novelist/screenwriter William Harrison, probably best known for the movie Rollerball. The father taught creative writing at the University of Arkansas, which put the son in frequent company of numerous talented writing students and visiting writers. Lately, Sean is best known in the songwriters’ community for his humorous, quirky and self-mocking tunes about the average guy’s stumbles and struggles through American life.

He has performed solo and in a variety of bands doing shows across Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma and has collaborated in recording projects including writing, co-writing and producing a popular album for another country artist, Milton Patton. That album charted on several lists. One song was featured in the movie ADDicted.

Harrison’s 12-song album “Halfway From Nashville” was enthusiastically greeted by the music media as:
– ​“Favourite Music of 2020” – Lonesome Highway Radio Show, Dublin, Ireland
– “Favourite Roots Albums of 2020” – Fervor Coulee, Alberta Province, Canada
– “A must listen” — Stacy’s Music Row Report and more

Admission is suggested $10 donation at the door.


The Yellow House
Friday   7:00 pm —
209 W. Trish Knight St.
West Plains, MO 65775

Additional Information

Travelers With Disabilities Information
Partially Wheelchair Accessible
Smoking Policy
No Smoking
Activities Within 10 Miles
Historic District
Biking / Walking Trails