S.N.A.P. hosts luncheon with live music

Ray Bohall
Staff Writer

Country music and clapping filled the SNAP building near Newman Park Friday morning as a band of old friends and musicians gathered together.
Playing such classics as Waylon Jennings’ “I’ve Always Been Crazy” and the Oak Ridge Boys’ “Elvira” were Tommy Self on the violin and fiddle, Tommy Dixon on rhythm guitar, Jack roster on the bass guitar, Vince Hubbard on lead guitar and Daniel Rodriguez on rhythm guitar.
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