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'Cross County Lines is a podcast that discusses many topics about the region of Appalachia. It will cover the pride that Appalachians have, and the concerns that come with being from the region. This will be, mostly, from the point-of-view of recent college students/graduates that have grown up in Appalachia their whole life, until they went to college and experienced the city. We ask you to join us as we dive into many topics about the wonderful people of Appalachia!

This podcast is produced by Hunter Wright and Hosscat Productions.

'Cross County Lines Hunter Wright

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 7 Ratings

'Cross County Lines is a podcast that discusses many topics about the region of Appalachia. It will cover the pride that Appalachians have, and the concerns that come with being from the region. This will be, mostly, from the point-of-view of recent college students/graduates that have grown up in Appalachia their whole life, until they went to college and experienced the city. We ask you to join us as we dive into many topics about the wonderful people of Appalachia!

This podcast is produced by Hunter Wright and Hosscat Productions.

    Episode 8: A Crazy Hillbilly Isn't Gonna Come Out of The Woods and Kill You

    Episode 8: A Crazy Hillbilly Isn't Gonna Come Out of The Woods and Kill You

    In another exciting episode of 'Cross County Lines, we bring on Andrew Graham. Andrew is currently the musical director of 'The Book of Mormon' national tour. He's also done this for other big shows including 'Wicked' and 'Avenue Q'. We pick his brain about the transition from small town living to conducting professional theater productions all over the country (and world). Through his personal stories, we discuss what it takes to "get out of a small town" and "make it big", along with some personal advice for aspiring musicians.

    • 37 min
    Episode 7: I Mean, I Don't Have Any Kids

    Episode 7: I Mean, I Don't Have Any Kids

    For once, we bring somebody on the show who has a little more experience with life than us college students. We have Damaris Goodwin on this week's episode, she is the great aunt of Hunter and has lived in several areas of the United States. She has studied a lot about family history and knows a lot about the region. We discuss why she comes back to the region, what changes have happened since she's left, and what changes she would like to see to create an upswing in Appalachia!

    • 41 min
    Episode 6: Let's Get Into My Awards

    Episode 6: Let's Get Into My Awards

    In honor of the start of state basketball tournaments, we discuss the cultural impact of high school sports in the Appalachian region. We bring on special guest Brett Monty to discuss how high school athletics in Northeastern Ohio are so much different than Southeastern Ohio. We also discuss brothers being bench-warmers, feeling warm at local restaurants, and (of course)our high school glory days!

    • 31 min
    Episode 5: That Good Ole Gluten-Free, Organic Art

    Episode 5: That Good Ole Gluten-Free, Organic Art

    In our first episode of 2018, we discuss the first annual Vinton County Music Festival with the creator of the event himself, Chad Ousley. We talk to Joey Batey about his experiences in college (three colleges, actually). And... is millennial boy fashion inspired by athletic dads?

    • 27 min
    Christmas Special: We Should Just Call It Chicken N' Noodles Podcast

    Christmas Special: We Should Just Call It Chicken N' Noodles Podcast

    In this festive episode, we have special guest Tyler Barnett on the show. He is a second-year cadet at the Air Force Academy and is an Appalachian native. We discuss family struggles while being across the country, favorite Christmas traditions, and stepping in dog poop. So grab yourself a glass of egg nog and join us on 'Cross County Lines!

    • 23 min

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