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Story # 207: Glenn Strange: "When I was a kid, my daddy gave me Corn Flakes and a bowl of sugar
and called it Frosted Flakes." Comedian Magician
Story #206: Mary Grimes-McGreer: "Saturday evenings when I was a kid were all about chili
cheeseburgers and root beer floats." Campus Director for Webster University-Greenville
Story #205: Tim Holland: "When I was a kid, a Greenville cop clocked me going 50 mph down
Parkins Mill Rd on my bicycle." Earth FM producer and on-air personality
Story #204: Amanda Mathis: "I won $1000.00 in a national recipe contest with my recipe for Smothered
Kickin Chicken." Executive Director for Christmas In Action Spartanburg.
Story #203: Alex Hunnicutt: "I learned to play music by ear from my grandfather."
Story #202: Jeff Sumerel: "I was called the class clown in high school, but I didn't think of it as being
the class clown." conceptual artist, filmmaker and creator of About Face.
Story #201: Dean Kay: "I got my start in radio because Bob Barker told me I had a radio voice while passing
me the cream at a L.A. coffee shop." News anchor for About Face, America's Most
Accurate Fake News.
The Downtown Jam™ #19: Charles Hedgepath with the Brooks Dixon Band featuring Brooks Dixon,
Matt Crisp, Ross Krieg and Shane Byler
Story #200: Margaret Burnquist: "I was born in Mexico City and raised in Sao Paulo, San Francisco,
Houston and finally Smithville, MO." Partner with the Vittl App.
Story #199: Raybandz Saxz: "I was a band geek in high school."
Easley saxophone muscian
Story #198: Christian Steinmetz: "I don't consider myself a musician, but I do have an album on
iTunes." Chief engineer for WSBF-FM and producer of WSBF's Live Sessions