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Two South Central Kentucky favorites: Jan & Mackie Jo



2013-06-16 - In front of Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Things get lively when the great Mackie Jo Pennington right, and equally great Jan Overstreet go on stage. South Central Kentucky fans and fans of the late Flatwoods Diner Friday nights know to expect lively, often sensuous performances performances from the pair, and they were not disappointed when the chanteuses took the stage for the finale at Dairy Day, Saturday, June 15, 2013 in front of the Adair Annex - from which the "X" in the upper corner comes, no other significance to that. They were joined by another former Dream Depot favorite and equally great Yulanda Bradshaw. The vertical brick break on the right is the Cemetery Walk off the Square, a vital passage for those who enjoy Downtown Columbia as the ultimate Walking Campus. At least it has that promise. - EW
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