Origin Story

The idea for Legacy Interviews was born one fall evening when Vance welcomed an old friend and his six-year-old son, Oliver, into his podcast studio. In a fun and lighthearted moment, they turned on the microphone and pretended to conduct a real interview with the young boy.

Host Vance Crowe

Vance asked Oliver questions about his life, such as his best friend, his father’s job, and his favorite place to visit. The 30-minute interview was edited and sent to the boy’s father in the form of a DVD.

A few months later, the father called Vance with a profound realization. In the event of a house fire, the first thing he would save would be the DVD of Oliver’s interview. This realization prompted Vance to share the story on his podcast, where listeners began reaching out to schedule interviews with their own loved ones.

One of these listeners was a 65-year-old man who recorded an interview for his daughters.

Unfortunately, he developed Parkinson’s disease just a few weeks after the interview was sent. Despite this setback, the man was grateful for the opportunity to capture his story and pass on his wisdom to his daughters.

Inspired by this man’s gratitude and the value he placed on the interview, Vance decided to turn Legacy Interviews into a full-fledged business. Today, Legacy Interviews offers a unique and personal service for people of all ages and backgrounds who want to preserve their life stories, family values, and wisdom for future generations.

Whether you’re a parent capturing your child’s essence, a couple about to embark on a life together, or a grandparent looking to leave a legacy, Legacy Interviews takes pride in helping you preserve the memories and moments that matter most.


A professional recording of a conversation of your loved one being interviewed describing their childhood, career, marriage, parenting and their legacy. These interviews will capture the way your loved one looks and sounds when they are telling your family stories. The recording’s value increases as time goes on, ultimately allowing their memory and legacy to live on. These stories are valuable. The right interviewer will ask the questions in a way that make your loved one feel comfortable expressing honest personal details.

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