Jackson County Native Mike Norris joined the Anglin Brothers from Sand Gap, KY to entertain the audience gathered at the WoodSongs Coffeehouse hosted by Sparrow Hawks last Saturday night. The show raised over $200 for the JCHS Band. The community had a delightful experience listening to the Appalachian stories of Mommy Goose and One-Eyed Jack from Mr. Norris. The talent of the young Anglin Brothers left the audience amazed! The music offered by both the Anglin Brothers and Norris was top notch.

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Jackson County Native, Singer, Songwriter, and Author Mike Norris performed at the WoodSongs Coffeehouse and helped raise over $200 for the JCHS Band

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The Anglin Brothers (Lucas, 15 and Riley, 11) of Sand Gap, KY were accompanied by B.J. Payne (banjo) and Jayden Cunagin (bass). These young artists left everyone amazed at their outstanding talent!! 

The WoodSongs Coffeehouse is hosted by the Sparrow Hawks and is sponsored by PRTC, the Jackson County Trail Town, the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum, Curreier’s Music World in Richmond, KY and the WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour in Lexington, KY.

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