PHOTOS: Function With A "C"

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Function with a “C” who won the challenge on the Road to Nightfall played on the Tennessee Valley Federal Union Credit stage at Riverbend.

The members are:

John Rose - Keyboard

Justin McBath - Bassist

Darren Self – Vocal, lead guitar

Hunter White - Drums

Joshua Allen - Saxophone

Brittany Ammons – Lead vocals



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