Chicken Hot Rod band in Farmington Friday
Published 9:45 am Friday, January 19, 2018
Farmington Community Center will host the Chicken Hot Rod band Friday at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 with a $6 cover charge.
Volunteers will be selling hamburgers and hotdogs, chips, candy and soft drinks to raise money for the center.
The band provides a variety of music, humor and entertainment. Guests can enjoy clogging to the sounds of fiddle and banjo, slow dancing to classic country songs, floating to waltzes and lots of songs to two-step across the floor.
The band has played for parties and street festivals from Pilot Mountain to Lexington and performs live regularly at Prissy Polly’s BBQ in Kernersville.
Band members include Charles Bowman from Claudville, Va. on fiddle, Phil Lanier playing mandolin and Joe Andrews on banjo, both from Winston-Salem, Jim Price from King on bass and Scott Williams from Kernersville on guitar.