20 episodes

True stories written and told by Southerners who lived them. The program is recorded in front of live audiences at restaurants and venues throughout the South. The program is presented by Southern Lifestyle Brand BourbonandBoots.com.

Tales from the Sout‪h‬ Karen Steward

    • Government
    • 4.3 • 25 Ratings

True stories written and told by Southerners who lived them. The program is recorded in front of live audiences at restaurants and venues throughout the South. The program is presented by Southern Lifestyle Brand BourbonandBoots.com.

    TFTS #278 Kristyn Harris

    TFTS #278 Kristyn Harris

    TFTS #278 Kristyn Harris

    • 29 min
    TFTS #277 Kevin Delaney

    TFTS #277 Kevin Delaney

    TFTS #277 “I Believe in Monsters” by Kevin Delaney

    • 29 min
    TFTS #276 Dawne Shand

    TFTS #276 Dawne Shand

    TFTS #276 ”An Unlikely Cocktail: Alabama, Alcohol, and Momma" by Dawne Shand

    • 29 min
    TFTS #54 Encore: Tin Roof Project with Vic Fleming, April 4th, 2016

    TFTS #54 Encore: Tin Roof Project with Vic Fleming, April 4th, 2016

    TFTS #54 Encore: Tin Roof Project with Vic Fleming, April 4th, 2016

    • 29 min
    Tales from the South Episode #275: Predictions. Air Date March 28th, 2016

    Tales from the South Episode #275: Predictions. Air Date March 28th, 2016

    Tales from the South Episode #275: Predictions. Featuring Mikae Orfanos, Sarah Dacus, Eric Van Meter. Air Date March 28th, 2016

    • 32 min
    TFTS #54 Encore: Tin Roof Project with Jill Connor Brown, March 21st, 2016

    TFTS #54 Encore: Tin Roof Project with Jill Connor Brown, March 21st, 2016

    TFTS #54 Encore: Tin Roof Project with Jill Connor Brown, March 21st, 2016

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Animartrom12 ,

Brought over by snap judgment

Heard Mr. JW, very much loved the funny story he told. I think I've heard of another story that lead me to this podcast and finally decided to get subscribed. Looking forward listening to more engaging stories of the like.

Electric Pumpkin ,

Always something to look forward to

I really enjoy keeping up with the stories that are told and talent that goes into the stories.
Some stories could be a little cleaner but on the whole and very quality storytelling project.
I have listened to every podcast for the last nine months. I really enjoy them and look forward to the next ones as they comes out.

MissGinger13 ,

Less Paula less music filler more stories

This podcast is charming and the stories are great. It is true that some sound like they are reading and it sounds like an uneducated stereotype forced and fumbled. Miss Paula talks way to much. The guitar player and the guitar itself don't need introduction. Is Miss Paula a man or woman? Maybe a better choice can be made for her position. Her voice is annoying I have to skip past it. There are way to many thank you's too. I would rather hear an add or two instead of all the thanks that mean nothing to anyone unless you live there.
Other than that I LOVE the stories and want more. Please take a look at the reviews and make the changes to make this podcast the greatest podcast in the south. It really can be. It can be the Moth of the south if you just drop the reading the stereotype miss Paula and the music and thanks you thing. If you change just a couple of these I will give it another star.

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