From his beginnings in radio in Darlington in 1960 (which he lied his way into at the urging of his mother), Woody Windham has become a South Carolina radio icon. He has enjoyed a long career in Columbia and Charleston, both solo and with his brother Leo. It would not be too big a stretch to speculate that millions of South Carolinians may have grown up listening to "Woody with the Goodies" on a variety of stations in the Midlands and Lowcountry and beyond.
Whether it’s rock and roll, beach, blues or country, Woody has played it all – and still does, now on woodywindham.com on the Internet. Now not only the entire state, but the world can enjoy listening to his home-grown Pee Dee humor and great hits from the last half-century and more. Looking back on his career as well as at today's media landscape, Windham says he's "in it for life."