I grew up just down the road, actually, in Irmo, South Carolina, in the middle of the state, right outside of Columbia, which my family nicknamed "the screen door to hell." It's so freakin' hot, man. I always wanted to live in Charleston. My older brother went to college here, and even just moving him into the dorm, I was enamored with the city's culture. Coming from Irmo, it's not hard to be bowled over by some culture [laughs]. But I always wanted to live here, and my family is close by, and this is where all my roots are. It's great to be just down the road from there, have that nostalgia peek its head out when someone cuts the grass or something.