It's been a year since one of Nashville's best known radio personalities died unexpectedly.
Curtis Senior was known as "Scooby" to most people on air.
On Saturday, for the first time, his radio co-host Dolewite spoke publicly about unexpectedly losing his best friend last February and how Scooby's legacy lives forever.
"You get used to sitting in a room with somebody for 15 years, and then they are not in that room anymore, it takes a while to really get used to it," Dolewite told Nashville's News 2.
The late 33-year-old was part of the Dolewite and Scooby show on 101.1 The Beat.
There's not many people that you run into that are genuinely as good as a person that he was," Dolewite said.
He continued, "It's weird because you live your whole life and it comes down to one day. You know that if that one day didn't happen, then my life wouldn't have changed."
Last month, a section of 14th Avenue North between Jefferson and Scovel streets, were renamed to Curtis "Senior" Lane.