May 2018

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

Story #311: Taylor Correll-Greer: " Being a part of my high school marching band turned me into a social
             butterfly." Owner of Events With Taylor and special events planner for the Chapman Cultural Center

Story #310: Brad Phillips: "I play guitar in several bands when I was in high school."
                     Owner of Studio 101

2018 Memorial Day Music Special: A celebration of Upstate South Carolina singer-songwriters

Story #309: Andrea Huerta: "Sharing The Andy Griffith Show and root beer popsicles with my grandpa
                      was a big part of my childhood."    Business and Babies blogger

Story #308: Eli Harrison: " I started my first company when I was 12, selling duct tape wallets."
                      Next High School student and CEO of All Pro Learning

Story #307: Tim Waller: " I was a wild teenager with long bushy hair and a solid brass Styx belt buckle."

Story #306: Lesley Diane: "When I was a child, I fell in love with British ghost stories."
                      Greenville singer-songwriter and guitar teacher

Story #305: Brent Manley: "I was once a casino dealer."
                      Triathlete coach with Greenville's Without Limits.

The Downtown Jam #31: Charles Hedgepath, Mark Webb Jr, Adam Carter, Taylor McCall, Jeff Holland
                                             and Jeremy Brewer.

Story #304: Blair Knobel: "I will travel for food."
                     Editor-in-Chief of Town Magazine

Story #303: Andrew Oliver: "I was always up to no good as a kid."
                       singer-songwriter and one half of the band Brother Oliver