Photo: Mafia entertains at Folk Fest

"Lonesome" Lester Armistead, center, with his jug flashes a smile as Mike Webb, right, plays a Dobro steel guitar with Leroy Troy, left, on the banjo. They are three of the six musicians that make up the The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band and performed as the guest artists of the 38th Annual Alaska Folk Festival at Centennial Hall on Thursday.
"Lonesome" Lester Armistead, center, with his jug flashes a smile as Mike Webb, right, plays a Dobro steel guitar with Leroy Troy, left, on the banjo. They are three of the six musicians that make up the The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band and performed as the guest artists of the 38th Annual Alaska Folk Festival at Centennial Hall on Thursday.

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