Take a pinch of Counting Crows, a teaspoon of Dylan, stir in some Indigo Girls, and a dash of Tracy Chapman, and you round out Sean Smith pretty well. The Tennessee singer/songwriter performs close to 200 nights a year from coast to coast. Sean Smith has captivated the ears and minds of audiences across America. He has subsequently shared the stage with folk sensations such as Janis Ian, Leo Kottke, Jack Williams, Lucy Kaplansky, Michelle Malone, and pop superstar John Mayer. Sean's musical career stems from his love of writing and acoustic music. After attending the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and completing a tour in the United States Air Force, Smith wanted to have a positive influence in the world community. In songs like "Pledge Allegiance," and "The Way of This Place" Smith helps us to explore the human condition, and reach a peaceable resolve through education, effort, and love. His second album released in 2002, "Live @ Eddie's Attic", mixes a rich earthy vocal tone and passionate lyrical style with soulful acoustic accompaniment for a very unique and pleasantly original sound.