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A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Bear Tracks"
Story #160: Eric Weiler: "I own over 50 electric guitars."
The Downtown Jam #14: Charles Hedgepath with My Girl, My Whiskey and Me.
The 2016 Christmas Jam: Charles Hedgepath, Jacob Johnson, Greg Payne, Matt Parks, Audrey Hamilton,
and My Girl, My Whiskey and Me.
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Pluck"
Story #151: Shane Ericks: "At six years old, I was singing in a large cathedral in the Philippines."
Story #147: Nick Nicholson: "For my sixth birthday, I got an old record player, a box of 45s from the 60s
and a drum set." Liberty country music singer-songwriter
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Traveling Bag of Bones"
Story #143: John Durham: "As a kid, I loved playing hockey."
Co-producer/musical director for Local Green Music
Story #138: JJ Dae: "I was a two time All American Champion wrestler in college."
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "I Gotta Roam"
Story #135: Audrey Hamilton: "My childhood was getting dirty, playing in the creek and connecting to
nature." co-lead singer of the LOZ Band.
The Downtown Jam #11: Charles Hedgepath with Taylor Moore and Jacob Johnson
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Mighty River"
Story #130: Matt Reynolds: "Growing up, Edwin McCain's dad was my pediatrician."
singer-songwriter and tour manager for Dark Star Orchestra
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "I'm A Jealous Man"
Story #125: Fayssoux Starling McLean: "My childhood memories include cotter pins, boat motors and
fishing poles." Spartanburg singer-songwriter
The Downtown Jam #10: Charles Hedgepath and The Marcus King Band featuring David Katilius,
Jack Ryan Matt Jennings and Marcus King
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Broken Side Of You"
Story #116: George Beardsworth: "My childhood was playing in puddles and being a little daredevil."
Mauldin singer-songwriter and mandolin player for My Girl, My Whiskey and Me.
The Downtown Jam #9: Charles Hedgepath with Justin Hill, Tim White and Donnie Blackwell.
Story #113: Eddie Martin: "When I was a kid, my folks would call me in for the night by coming out on the
porch and hollering my name."
singer-songwriter and leader of Conservation Theory.
A Downtown Jam Exclusive song: "We Are Able"
Story #106: Darby Wilcox: "At 15, my Juno email account was huge for me and my secret boyfriend."
The Downtown Jam #8: Charles Hedgepath and The LOZ Band featuring John Durham, We Treadway, Sam Kruer, Audrey Hamilton and Josh Forbus
Story #103: Daniel Harper: "I was a high school jock, winning 2 state football championships."
San Souci singer-songwriter
Story #98: Don Foster: "Growing up, my mom led me down the path of music with a hickory stick."
Easley music teacher and songwriter
The Downtown Jam #7: Charles Hedgepath and the Piedmont Boys featuring Greg Payne and Stuart McConnell.
Story #95: Max Hightower: "My childhood friend was a horse named Cinnamon."
A Downtown Jam Exclusive Song: "Pretty Polly"
Story #91: Tavo Ramirez: "I wanted to be an architect when I was a teen."
Greenville Hip Hip artist and record producer
The Downtown Jam #6: Charles Hedgepath, Samuel Kruer, Jim Rollins, Matt Purinton
Story #86: Kelly Jo: "I was a nerdy, honor roll teen."
A Downtown Jam Exclusive song: "Laundromat Blues"
Story #80: Jef Chandler: "I'm the son of a Mill Village preacher."
San Souci singer=songwriter
The Downtown Jam #5: Charles Hedgepath, Brandon Turner, Freddie Vanderford.
Story #77: Jacob Johnson: "As a teen, I considered becoming a musician as a career."
Travelers Rest singer-songwriter.
A Downtown Jam Exclusive song: "I Know How To Love"
Story #72: Marcus King: "I spent my childhood hanging out with my father and grandfather playing music." Greenville singer-songwriter
Story #71: Marvin King: "I was born at Donaldson Air Force Base."
The Downtown Jam #4: Charles Hedgepath, Fayssoux Starling McLean, Baker Maultsby, David Ezell
Story #67: Lynne Holcombe: "I've been to Burning Man five times."
A Downtown Jam Exclusive song: "It's Not You, It's Me."
The Downtown Jam #3: Charles Hedgepath, Kelly Jo, Darby Wilcox
Story #60: Hans Wenzel: "I was late to school so often as a teen, they stopped giving me detention for it."