March 2017

                                          To listen to a guest's episode, click on their name.

Story #189: Heather Kitchen: "I was the shortest person in my graduating class."
                     Owner of Heather Kitchen Images and Editor-In-Chief of Upstate Exposures Magazine.

Story #188: Jim Bannister: "At 6, I drove a big bulldozer, with a little help from Grandpa.
                    Criminal Defense Attorney and Greenville Water Commissioner

Story #187: Johnny Mack Brown: "I played offensive and defensive end in the Shrine Bowl in 1954."
                    Retired Sheriff of Greenville County

Story #186: Miranda Asson: "In fifth grade, the kids called me Oprah."
                      Community Relations Director for 96.3 The Block

Story #185: Matt Clark: "My first go around at college was a grand failure."
                    Editor of GSA Business Report

Story #184: Lisa Stubbs: "As a child, I searched the woods with a friend looking for fairies."
                    Greenville SC singer-songwriter.

Story #183: Gary Underwood: "As a teen, I was a 60s and 70s wild child."
                     Owner and CEO of Computer Direct Outlet

The Downtown Jam #17Charles Hedgepath with True Blues featuring Joe Cash, Pete Cash, Joey Gunter

Story #182: Ann Wright: "In college, I was a singer in a group called Hot and Sweaty."
                    Former Exec. Dir. of the American Red Cross Upstate SC

Story #181: Keith Groover: "I can solve a Rubik's Cube in 45 seconds."
                    Spartanburg singer-songwriter