Upstate S.C. country music radio personality, John “John Boy” Crenshaw delivers story #347-R
Greenville singer- songwriter, Morgan Riley shares our 256th stories.
For many singer - songwriters, the realization that music was going to be their life doesn't hit them until later in life. That's not the case for Greenville singer-songwriter, Morgan Riley, who from the age of 5, was shouting that she was going to be a singer/dancer/actress/model.
When she was 15 and attempting to write her own music as opposed to simply covering other artists, she discovered that she had a talent for creating unique songs. Morgan tells us that inspiration for a great song can come from anywhere, even the most mundane things like change in own's pocket.
Singer-songwriter of The ThunderRoad Band, Lecretia Robinson brings us our 226th story.
Ever wonder what in a person's life creates a singer-songwriter? Let's take a look at singer-songwriter for The ThunderRoad Band, Lecretia Robinson's life and see if we can figure it out. She started singing in a traveling quartet at the age of 2. Her dad taught her and her brothers how to play the guitar growing up. Lecretia was 1st chair violinist at the Cowpens Middle School orchestra and 1st chair saxophonist for the Broome High School marching band. She began writing songs and learning how to sing different genres of music around 14. At least for Lecretia Robinson, a family and a childhood bathed in music creates a singer-songwriter and The ThunderRoad Band and their fans enjoy the results.