Sweet Homegrown Traditions

Clay Today
Posted 4/17/19

Lynyrd Skynyrd front man Johnny Van Zant stopped by the Clay County Clerk of the Circuit Court/Archives’s tribute to Southern Rock at the Clay County Agriculture Fair last Thursday. His family, …

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Sweet Homegrown Traditions

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Lynyrd Skynyrd front man Johnny Van Zant stopped by the Clay County Clerk of the Circuit Court/Archives’s tribute to Southern Rock at the Clay County Agriculture Fair last Thursday. His family, from left, daughter Taylor and her boyfriend Kris, wife Lisa, grandsons Ryatt and Kannon, daughter Harmony and sister Darlene loved the exhibit that resembled a 1970s living room filled with memorabilia from Lynyrd Skynyrd, .38 Special and the Johnny Van Zant Band.

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