Radio show host and songwriter Sean McCollough releases his third album featuring 13 stick-in-your-head original and cover songs. Earworm also features guest artists such as Billy Jonas and Molly Ledford. “I love introducing kids to music that requires an open mind, an open heart and ‘big ears,” says Sean.
From our Music Judge:
“Kids won’t be squirming listening to Earworm, the splendid new CD from Sean McCollough. The Tennessee troubadour proves particularly adept delivering clever songs with slightly askew humor, like “Fuzzy Brown Vine (Poison Ivy)” and “Carsick,” which includes an all-too-appropriate rhyme with the word “cautious.” “Her Name Was Lady” is a funny (and apparently true) song about goats, while “Don’t Let ‘Em Get Yer Goat” isn’t about goats but instead shares a message of not letting what others thinks or say get you down. On “Sunsphere,” McCollough (who hosts a family radio show in Knoxville) offers a warmly nostalgic ode about the city’s historic landmark. Another standout track is “Ragdoll,” a poignant tale about an old doll that definitely will tug at your heartstrings. True to its title, Earworm is well stocked with memorable, “earworm” tunes.”