Story #306: Lesley DIane: "When I was a child, I fell in love with British ghost stories."
Greenville singer-songwriter and guitar teacher
Story #303: Andrew Oliver: "I was always up to no good as a kid."
singer-songwriter and one half of Brother Oliver.
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Louis Collins"
Story #298: Kyle Rowland: "I've seen Wide Spread Panic in concert 28 times.
Story #295: Mary Norris: "Sometimes I communicate using animal noises rather than using
English." Spartanburg singer-songwriter
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Honest Abe"
Story #290: Mark Webb Jr. "I was an emo kid as a teen."
Story #287: Biz City: "I once slept in a graveyard."
Greenville Christian Hip-Hop artist
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Tactic Talk"
Story #283: Matthew Kay: "To be me as a kid was weird."
singer-songwriter and guitarist for The Hustle
The Downtown Jam #28: Charles Hedgepath and Keith Davis
Story #278: Jeremy Brewer: "My childhood was bluegrass music being played on the front porch."
-singer-songwriter and member of Taught By Heroes
A Downtown Jam™ Exclusive Song: "Queen"
Story #272: Ed Campbell: "As a teen, I wanted to be Bjorn Borg."
Seneca singer-songwriter and member of The Drovers Old Time Medicine Show and
Pine Tar Rage.
The Downtown Jam #27™: Charles Hedgepath, Matt Kay and Mark Webb Jr.
Story #269: JJ Woolbright: "When I was a kid, I used to sneak out so I could listen to the music
from Big John's Jamboree." Westminster singer-songwriter and
front man for JJ Woolbright and The Whiskey Road.