Guitarist performs at Buckley Senior Center

Guitarist and crooner extraordinaire Raliegh Jay dropped by the Buckley Senior Center Friday morning to furnish the entertainment at the center's annual progress report meeting.

Guitarist and crooner extraordinaire Raliegh Jay dropped by the Buckley Senior Center Friday morning to furnish the entertainment at the center's annual progress report meeting. Known as the man of many voices

Guitarist and crooner extraordinaire Raliegh Jay dropped by the Buckley Senior Center Friday morning to furnish the entertainment at the center’s annual progress report meeting. Known as the man of many voices, Jay had about 30 seniors tapping their toes and clapping their hands with such songs as “Devil Woman”. Jay and his partner in Raliegh and Roy, Roy Hyland, will be entertaining at the Buckley Eagles this weekend.

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