"Crossroads” The Radio Program will bring back the stories of family, history, friends, neighbors, those that we love, and some, that were not our favorite people, but stories nonetheless. The love of storytelling is deeply embedded in Southern Appalachian culture. A rich and varied heritage, including, Celtic, German, English, and, African influences has given the Southern mountains a legacy of oral history that defies the passing of time. From the immigrated traditions of storytelling, a rich lore of Southern Highlands stories, has evolved to the highest levels, in the art of telling. It is my express desire to share stories with everyone by whatever way possible.
This is what gave birth to "Crossroads" The Radio Program.