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SOUTH CAROLINA MUSIC HALL OF FAME Preserving the State's Soundtrack

 

 
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SOUTH CAROLINA
MUSIC HALL OF FAME
INITIATIVE

STANFIELD GRAY
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

843.478.1167
grayjs@cofc.edu

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PUBLIC RADIO: SOUTHERN ROOTS & NEW OFFSHOOTS

Southern Roots & New Offshoots broadcasts statewide the first Thursday of each month on the SC-ETV radio program ConversationsWithJoan at 6:30 p.m. Tune-in as host Jack McCray welcomes guests from the American South to share and discuss their music, their personal history, and other items of intrigue. Southern Roots & New Offshoots is created and produced by Stanfield Gray, and engineered by Matt Hiott at the College of Charleston. Email grayjs@cofc.edu for booking and more information. The program airs on the following stations throughout South Carolina:
 
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Charleston - 89.3FM,WSCI  
Greenville - 90.1 FM, WEPR
Columbia - 91.3 FM, WLTR
Conway - 90.1 FM, WHMC
 

THE CREW OF SOUTHERN ROOTS & NEW OFFSHOOTS

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(LEFT TO RIGHT: MATT HIOTT, ENGINEER; JACK MCCRAY, HOST;
AND STANFIELD GRAY, CREATOR/PRODUCER )

 

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Stanfield Gray is the Executive Director of the South Carolina Music Hall of Fame Initiative and Director of Media Relations and Event Marketing at the the College of Charleston. Gray also teaches Introduction to Music Management at the College.

grayjs@cofc.edu
or call 843.478.1167


Jack McCray is a writer and editor for the Charleston Post and Courier, and the Co-Director of the Charleston Jazz Initiative along with with Karen Chandler. For more info visit:

www.charlestonjazz.net
jackmccray@charlestonjazz.net
or call 843.607.3905

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Matt Hiott is the Assistant Director of Synergy at the College of Charleston, a guitar enthusiast and a recording engineer par excellence.

hiottm@cofc.edu

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GRADUATE ASSISTANT EXTRAORDINAIRE

Alix Refshauge is an artist from Spartanburg, South Carolina.  She graduated from Furman University in 2000 with a BA in studio art.  She spent the next two years painting and faux painting in Spartanburg.  In 2002, she moved to New York City to work for Christies Auction House.  After a year with the 19th Century European Furniture Department, she was offered a job with Burton Snowboards to travel the globe and work as a personal assistant to Jake Burton.  After a year of travel, she returned to Spartanburg to paint and organize art shows.  Currently, Alix is pursing her MPA in Arts Management at the College of Charleston and interning with “Southern Roots and New Offshoots.”

alixr1@mac.com

 

 

PUBLIC RADIO STATIONS

NPR – http://www.npr.org

Alabama Public Radio:

Public Radio out of U of Alabama at Birminghma - WBHM
http://www.wbhm.org/
Michael Krall – Program Director – Michael@wbhm.org

Listener Supported Alabama Public Radio out of University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa
http://wual.publicbroadcasting.net/index.html
 1-800-654-4262 apr@apr.org

North Alabama and South Central Tenn. NPR, News, Classical, and Jazz Station- WLRH
http://www.wlrh.org/
Cheryl Carlson – Program Director
1-800-239-9574 x.101 cheryl@wlrh.org

University of Alabama for Public TV and Radio
http://www.alabamatv.org/
Dwight Cammeron – a program director
dcammeron@cpt.ua.edu - 1-800-463-8825

Arkansas Public Radio:

Listener Supported Public Radio for Arkansas
http://www.ualr.edu/kuar/links.html
Ben Fry – General Manager
1-800-952-2528

National Public Radio from the U Of Arkansas out of Fayetteville
http://www.kuaf.org/
Rick Stockdell – Station Manager
stockde@uark.edu 1-479-575-6573

Georgia Public Radio:

GPB (Ga. PublicBroadcasting)
http://www.gpb.org/public/radio/index.jsp
Alan Cooke – Station Manager
ask@gpb.org 1-800-222-4788

Public Broadcasting Atlanta
http://www.wabe.org/
To answer general radio questions: Wanda Yang - wytemko@wabe.org
678-686-0321

South Carolina Public Radio:

SC ETV Radio
http://www.myetv.org/radio/
John Gasque (will answer questions)
gasque@scetv.org
(803) 737- 3413