Singer-songwriter Sean Rowe made his debut in the CPR Performance Studio last week to perform songs from his great new album "Madman."
Rowe was in town for a few days to open for Shakey Graves during his three-day stint at the Bluebird Theater.
The baritone folk singer spoke with Alisha Sweeney about the inspiration for his single "The Game" (Candyland, apparently), touring with Shakey Graves and balancing his three-year old son's education between music and foraging in the wild.
Stream the session above.
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