Scotty VanDryver

Scotty VanDryver

*WHERE ARE YOU FROM?
I proudly hail from “Beautiful Downtown Laurel.”

*WHERE DID YOU GO TO SCHOOL?
I spent all of my school years in the Meridian School District…”in the heart of Beautiful Downtown Laurel.”

*ARE YOU MARRIED?  HAVE FAMILY?
Aside from all of the VanDryvers that came before me…my wife, Jenny, and I have a beautiful 1 year old daughter, Kaitlyn.  And most everyone in our immediate families live here in the Northwest.

*WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MUSIC?  WHO ARE YOUR FAVORITE ARTISTS?
I am a HUGE Bob Dylan fan.  I think he’s possibly the most influential singer/songwriter of the past 50 years.  But, I can be found listening to just about anything.  My biggest guilty pleasure is my coveted CD copy of “Hulk Hogan and the Wrestling Boot Traveling Band.”  It’s so bad, it’s good.

*WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE FOOD?
I’m tempted to say Carrot Cake…but it’s so hard to find the perfect piece of carrot cake.  Either it has too many walnuts, not enough raisins, or the wrong cake to frosting ratio.  Now that I think about it, the cake is just a delivery platform for cream cheese frosting.  So, I guess cream cheese frosting is my favorite food.

*WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE NOT PLAYING RADIO?
Ask my wife, Jenny…I watch a lot of professional wrestling.  I always have since I was a kid.  I’ve even been known to announce a match or two here and there.

*HAVE YOU EVER MET DAVE WALKER?  WHAT’S HE LIKE?
He’s a whimsical, mystical creature that is very elusive.  I hear.


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