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Johnston City senior is shaking up the local music scene

  • Zachary and Chelsee Jones of Du Quoin didn't realize that dinner at Michael's in Johnston City would include entertainment. The couple stopped in for dinner last week before attending the basketball regionals to watch the Du Quoin Indians play. JCHS senior Hunter Beasley stopped in to sing a few tunes. "He's amazing!" exclaimed Chelsee. "He's very talented," added Zachary.

    Zachary and Chelsee Jones of Du Quoin didn't realize that dinner at Michael's in Johnston City would include entertainment. The couple stopped in for dinner last week before attending the basketball regionals to watch the Du Quoin Indians play. JCHS senior Hunter Beasley stopped in to sing a few tunes. "He's amazing!" exclaimed Chelsee. "He's very talented," added Zachary.
    Holly Kee photo

  • Hunter Beasley stopped by Michael's Ristorante in Johnston City last week and shared his talent with the diners, including the JCHS bowling team, enjoying their end-of-season banquet. Beasley, a JCHS senior, is finding local fame on the stage where he sings a mix of "old school" tunes including several songs made famous by Elvis Presley.

    Hunter Beasley stopped by Michael's Ristorante in Johnston City last week and shared his talent with the diners, including the JCHS bowling team, enjoying their end-of-season banquet. Beasley, a JCHS senior, is finding local fame on the stage where he sings a mix of "old school" tunes including several songs made famous by Elvis Presley.
    Holly Kee photo

 
BY HOLLY KEE
hkee@localsouthernnews.com
Posted on 3/7/2018, 3:22 PM

A soft-spoken senior from Johnston City High School is shaking things up on the local music scene.