Eclectic Musician and Teacher


“There is a deep-seated need in the human spirit to tell stories, to hear stories, to share stories.” (Steve Sanfield)

“People are hungry for stories. It’s part of our very being. Storytelling is a form of history, of immortality too. It goes from one generation to another.” (Studs Terkel)

“The first function of mythology… is to waken a sense of awe, wonder and participation in the inscrutable mystery of being.” (Joseph Campbell)

Black Elk was asked, “Are these stories true?” and replied, “Well I don’t know if they happened exactly that way, but if you listen to them long enough, you will hear how they are true.”

Seabury has a CD of storytelling with music called “Times and Places” and has performed with the North Coast Storytellers and at the National Storytelling Festival. He tells stories to both adults and children.

His repertoire includes traditional stories from many different countries and cultures. One of his specialties is telling Irish and other Celtic stories.