Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Summer 2019

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Wake Forest 27587 Magazine | Summer 2019 17 at's just ne with Beth Williams, who with her husband, Charles, are self-described regulars who drive in from the nearby Stone- water new-home development in Rolesville. "He has the best salmon anywhere, the best shrimp," she said. As for Uzzell's connection with rock 'n' roll fame, she admits to initial ignorance. "Who's 'Nantucket?'" she said of her rst reaction. en, she did a little home- work. "He has opened for really huge groups," she said, post-research. True enough. Styx, Boston, Journey, and e Doobie Brothers. "AC/DC was the lon- gest we did," Uzzell said of the Aussie rocka- billy band perhaps best known for its 1979 breakout hit, "Highway to Hell." Before long, Sharon Ogrodnick swings in before a weekend jaunt to the seaside town of Oak Island. She's not a rst-timer. "I actually bought a whole sh from him and cleaned it myself, a new experience," she said. "I don't know much about Larry." Tipped o™, she said, "Oh wow! at's amazing." Yes, Nantucket is still at it, with gigs this Continued on Next Page kk Michael Connell wearing the trappings of his day job as an attorney, lives in Raleigh with his wife, Katherine, and sons (YRGERERH,EVH]8LIFS]W he said, have at least until now shown a greater interest in sports than music. ±8LIVI´WEGSYTPIKYMXEVWWMXXMRKEVSYRH² he said. "Hardy can actually work LMW[E]XLVSYKLEJI[GLSVHW² A framed CD, right, of The Connells' LMX±´´²GERFIJSYRH in Michael Connell's Raleigh home. PHOTOGRAPHS BY BOB KARP

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