Story #265: JL Fulks: I was a sponsored Skate boarder for a couple local skate shops when I was a teen."
Story #262: Brad Keaton: "We didn't watch TV when I was a kid; we didn't even own one."
A Downtown Jam Exclusive Song: "Honey"
Story #256: Morgan Riley: "I took hip hop and belly dancing class as a teen and got really good at both."
Story #252: Rush Morgan, "I was always getting into mischief as a teen and was good at keeping it secret."
Story #247: Adam Carter: "I was in ROTC in high school planning on going to West Point to be a military
lawyer." Westminster singer-songwriter
Story #244: Mac Hobbs, "As a kid, I was banging on pots and pans in the hallway and annoying my parents." Greenville singer-songwriter and founder of The Social Contracts
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "How Do You Feel"
Story #240: Gray Lee: "I spent my childhood by myself drawing, writing poems and re-purposing my toys."
Story #236: Heidi Chapman: "I'm actually really epic at the kazoo."
Lead singer of Randomonium
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Save Your Pride"
Story #229: Jeff Holland: "I got my first Mickey Mouse drum set at the age of 5 and wore it out by 5
and a half."
Story #226: Lecretia Robinson: "Starting when I was 2 yrs old, I sang with a traveling 4-part harmony
quartet." singer-songwriter with The ThunderRoad Band
A Downtown Jam™Exclusive Song: "Sweet Talking"
Story #221: Steve Watson: "I was playing gigs in night clubs with high school seniors when I was in 7th grade." Greenville Jazz musician and teacher
The Downtown Jam #21: A tribute to Matt Reynolds, featuring his original songs performed by
Charles Hedgepath, Darby Wilcox and Mark Charles Dye.
Story #218: Troy Jones: "Growing up, I played roller hockey with the neighbor kids, including all the fights
which we loved." Greenville musician
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Sandhills Roll"
Story #214: Robert Gowan: "As a child, I ran around the grocery store singing at people."
singer and front man for Wasted Wine
The Downtown Jam #20: Charles Hedgepath with Vilai Harrington and the Hamptones featuring
Vilai Harrington, Connor Fagan and Matthew Crisp
Story #209: Jeff Edwards: "I'm a HUGE Dr. Who fan."
A Downtown Jam™Exclusive Song: "Like The Blue Ridge Mountains"
Story #203: Alex Hunnicutt: "I learned to play music by ear from my grandfather."
Story #199: Raybandz Saxz: "I was a band geek in high school."
Easley saxophone musician
A Downtown Jam™Exclusive Song: Ghetto Blues
Story #195: Sharon Gerber: "Let me introduce you to Murgatroyd, my 200 yr old cello."
Greenville cellist and writer.
The Downtown Jam™#18: Charles Hedgepath with Mac Arnold and a Plate Full of Blues featuring
Dr. Mac Arnold, Max Hightower and Austin Brashier
Story #191: Trey Francis: "I was the kid that seemed the most responsible until it got dark outside."
Singer-songwriter and lead singer of the Dead 27s
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Walking Shoes"
Story #184: Lisa Stubbs: "As a child, I searched the woods with a friend looking for fairies."
Greenville SC singer-songwriter
Story #181: Keith Groover: "I can solve a Rubik's Cube in 45 seconds."
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Brasil"
Story #176: Loretta Holloway: "As an undertaker's daughter, I had few friends growing up, except on
Halloween." Belton jazz singer.
Story #173: Judson McKinney: "Music was in my life from the very beginning thanks to my Grandmother. Clemson singer-songwriter
A Downtown Jam Exclusive Song: "Last Time I Get Burned"
Story #168: Sympl: "I grew up an international kid in a small town with friends from all over the world." Greenville MC and rapper