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From rough beginning Jeremy Greene overcame difficulties to get a new voice in the world of R & B Born in Winslow Maine Jeremy had music in their blood, both his ancestors were in the music his mother was a singer and his father was signed by a country music label, but His life was far from ideal, his father left when he was a child and his mother struggled with addiction issues When Jeremy was ten years old choir teacher discovered his natural talent and offered him the musical lead in a sc ...
 
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The most special of guests, and Ted's personal WOW guest: Todd Swalla, drummer of the Necros, Laughing Hyenas, Misfits (briefly). The three dudes dive in and discuss the cultural link between punk rock and skateboarding. From the fashion accessory, to the lifestyle, the two have always gone hand in hand, and who better to discuss these matching ide…
 
On an adventure to the Lowcard warehouse, J and Ted sit down with Rob Collinson and Sean Sanford, two of Lowcard's fine staff members. Rob and Sean take these nerds down the rabbit hole of quality merch, life on the road, and running a magazine in 2019. This was one for the books, enjoy.Av Theodore Maider/Jeremy Greene
 
Now halfway through the season, J and Ted discuss summer’s finest cable television programming: Thrasher’s ultimate contest, King of the Road. From it’s DVD-in-the-mag beginnings, to everyone’s television set, this off-the-rails road trip had evolved and pushed skating whether the viewers want to accept that, or not. Mystery guests, one-upping the …
 
This week’s episode features a close friend to us here at Wheel Bite, Big Pauly Harper. Pauly has been a filmer in San Francisco for several years, worked with some of the greats, and has now gone on to work on film and commercial sets around the Bay Area. Because of his background in skateboarding though, Pauly still feels the need to pay it forwa…
 
After some Black Friday mishaps, J and Ted set their sights on Supreme, the mega brand that has the whole world buzzing apparently. The boys talk it’s Manhattan roots, why Bill Strobeck was the man for the job of media portrayal, and why shirts entitled “18 and Stormy” are cool. Tune in to this episode if you are in some sort of current events clas…
 
The first installment of "Defunct" brings a guest into the conversation: local legend/skater/influencer Shawn Connolly. In this installment, and episode, we discuss Shawn's time with Think Skateboards, a classic Bay Area company who's time in the 90s left a small print in the grand design that is skating. Hear Shawn's experience with the brand, and…
 
Board sponsors used to mean everything. They defined your identity as a skater, and which team you were on said a lot about who you were and how you skated. That has all shifted now. Shoe companies are the main source of sponsorship money, as well as the leaders of content. Shoe companies have less of an identity statement, but now they are how ska…
 
It's time to focus on the now, as J and Ted take Episode 6 to dive into what's happening in skateboarding at this moment. From the underground sensation of Pizza Skateboards, to the Converse video, and even putting money down on the King of the Road champions, this episode tackles everything the guys have seen up until this point in 2018.…
 
Hubba Hideout. The name alone strikes a certain emotion into the hearts of those who know. The skaters we all looked up to conquered it, and we flipped through magazines and waited to see it in video parts. Who did what on Hubba? That was always the question. J and Ted discuss the spot and the tricks that turned many from skate rats to superstars o…
 
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