Interlachen residents preserve Southern history through music
Old Brush Store in Interlachen (pictures courtesy of Cornelius Clayton with Clayton Photography in Melrose)
Residents in Interlachen, Florida still know how to jam to music many have never heard. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Maria Tridas reports on how the community is trying to preserve a bit of Southern history. For more information go online to Interlachen Jam Session dot com.
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