NYC can be a hard place for the transplants to feel at home (whatever that means). Nearly six years later after leaving Alabama to move to NYC I still have a confusing need to feel connected to my home -- to get my bare feet in that red dirt, even if only in my mind.Read More
A few weeks back Roy Wood Jr. joined us out on the fire escape to talk all things Birmingham and the entertainment industry.
During the episode Roy told us about the possibility of shooting some projects back home in B’ham, and it is looking like that will be a reality according to the news this week.Read More
Staring today, we will be depositing our thoughts into the internets, for y’all’s eager consumption every Monday and Friday. The hope is that the show, along with the blog, will aid in y’all feeling at home (no matter where you’re from) wherever you are. Always remember, The Fire Escape loves you. Rywel Tydde!Read More
The lads give updates on their respective homelands and also chat about the deeper underpinnings of fantasy.Read More
Hywel is still hanging with the island songbirds, but he is kind enough to call in and let us hear their siren tune. Peter and Colter sit down in person with fellow native Birminghamian, stand up, hater of the heat, Daily Show correspondent, host of This is Not Happening on Comedy Central, I think you get the point, he’s a very busy man, Roy Wood Jr. we talk about his journey from hometown to now, the two times he’s felt he’s “made it”, the light at the end of the tunnel (it’s a train), who the best SEC football fan tippers are, fatherhood and bringing productions to the south.Read More