Grosso sits down with Tony Hawk for a conversation that spans their almost 40 years of skateboarding and friendship.
Caller, you’re live! We literally phoned this one in. Our first ever phone-in episode is dedicated to Texas. Gibson, Johnson, Wilkes and Newton… Grosso calls in the classics to discuss one of the best scenes ever.
Building a scene takes time and lots of work. For over 40 years the skaters in Atlanta have worked together to build one of the best scenes anywhere in the world. Grosso and the Love Letters crew took a trip to ATL to check out the scene.
Ever heard of the Mile High Massacre or the Terror at Tahoe? Jeff Grosso takes 60 seconds to talk contests.
Mark “Monk” Hubbard was a skateboarder, artist, musician, builder, dreamer, and visionary. This Loveletter is a tribute to Monk in his own words.
Jeff Grosso takes 14-minutes to appreciate one of the scariest and most thrilling things in skateboarding…going down a hill, fast.
You all asked for more Lee Ralph so here you go… Lee talks about Dave Andrecht and how amazing his backside airs were back in 1980.
The Lance Mountain Love Letter continues with Lance showing some love for 70’s pro skater Darrell Miller. Darrell was one of the first pros to give Lance boards- he also came up with the Miller Flip. Watch and learn some skate history direct from Lance Mountain.
Back in 2009 Lance Mountain set out to make a TV show to pay respect to the generation of skaters from the late 1970’s. Guys like Bobby Valdez and Darrell Miller who didn’t become household names but nonetheless had a huge impact on Lance and skateboarding in general. The show never happened but we found all the footage and decided to cut the story together. Here it is… The Origin of the Love Letters with Lance Mountain – Part 1.
Everyone loves stickers! Grosso takes a minute to give some love to them.
Scott Oster, Eric Dressen & Julien Stranger sit along side Jim ‘Red Dog’ Muir to tell all about Dogtown History, the rises and falls between eras.
Skateboarder Magazine was the bible for skating back in the 1970’s- Grosso sits down with Steve Olson, Eric Dressen, Jim Muir, Chris Strople and others to talk about the magic of print.