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A Conversation With Mary White, Radio Host for White Noise Radio

By: Judy Shields
Rancho Cucamonga, California (The Hollywood Times) “I grew up around musicians and singers and enjoyed being around people and especially speaking to an audience.” Mary White told The Hollywood Times before our Zoom conversation.
Put on your headphones or earbuds and enjoy the conversation:
Mary White is 17 years old and she is from Demopolis, Alabama.  She likes fashion, films, and her cats.  Which one of them was sneaking around during our conversation.
Her mom is a theatre teacher at Demopolis High School.  Mary stared acting at a young age.
Mary White

She is a fan of pop culture and have always enjoyed listening to music and learning more about the artists.  She is constantly discovering new music and making playlists for every occasion.

“I’ve always enjoyed speaking to an audience and I am able to do that through radio,” Mary said.
I really liked that she watches Turner Classic Movies and spent her time in quarantine watching films. Loved that she shared her Movie Posters with us.
Mary’s father is Silverwolf and South City recording artist/songwriter Jacky Jack White. Jacky Jack White has had songs recorded by Ray Stevens, Charley Pride, Buddy Jewell, Steve Wariner, Neal McCoy, Chip Greene, and Mark Lowery.  Jack received an ASCAP Award for “If I Didn’t Love You”, and a NSAI Award for the #1 Southern Gospel song, “When Men Pray”.
White Noise (noise containing many frequencies with equal intensities) is a radio show that plays Indie music every Tuesday from 6-7pm.  Hosted by Mary White and produced by her brother Henry White. Featured on WLYB’s 96.3 and 100.5 FM and live-streaming out of Livingston Alabama.
Their first show aired on January 22, 2021.
White Noise is on Instagram: @whitenoise96.3
Facebook page is White Noise Radio Show. (20+) White Noise Radio Show | Facebook
White Noise is on Spotify @whitenoise. The Spotify account includes all of the playlists for past shows so if you miss the show you never miss the music.
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