Samantha Harlow – Partner and Executive Editor
Samantha Harlow is no stranger to a good story. She grew up hearing them around the kitchen table, listening to the ebb and flow of her father’s voice spin daily life into colorful tapestries. After graduating with a music degree in 2007, Samantha made the move to Music City, in the hopes of being every dive bar’s next big sensation. Songwriting eventually turned into music journalism, as she has been published in both local and national music publications. Broken Radio Magazine is her first attempt at professionally pushing her own agenda, that is marked by an ever-present fascination with the past, and how it will help to color what happens in the future.
Angela Crystal – Partner and Creative Director
Angela has worked in the creative marketing world for a good long while now – since the days when people still said “www.” It does seem she has the knack for it – her list of clients is quite impressive. As the founder of Adessein Studio, she’s pretty busy, but she loves fun side projects in her free time – like Broken Radio.
Kelley Groover – Folk Columnist
Kelley Groover is a lifelong musician and music-enthusiast. Traditional folk music captured her heart the day she bought her first Joan Baez record at age 15. Since then he has soaked up every traditional tune she could get her hands on. She received a music degree in 2007 and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Jurisprudence. She hopes writing for Broken Radio will provide a nice occasional break from her legal studies.
Jewly Hight – Columnist
Andy McAlpine – Rock/Pop Columnist
Megan Pacella comes from a long line of raconteurs–and she fancies herself one, as well. She spent her formative years sitting in rustbelt diners and on front porches in Northeastern Ohio, always listening to family members, machinists, foremen and friends talk about where they’ve been. In 2003, she graduated from high school and lit out for Music City, where she added an appreciation of country swing and folk rock to her musical tastes. In 2007, she started telling stories on a professional level, writing for a handful of history, music and lifestyles magazines. She considers it an honor to help bring you the best of music history through Broken Radio.
Alabama native Jamie Roberts’ musical street cred is dubious – high school drum major and college and church choir singer – but she makes up for it with an enthusiastic embrace of many different genres,
initially sparked by her parents’ eclectic record collection and prodded on by her literature major’s heart for storytelling through music. She writes and edits for a Nashville custom publishing firm to pay for concerts, good food and travel.
Shane Tutmarc – Blues/R&B Columnist
Sean P Williams – Motivational Instigator/Chief Pot-Stirrer
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