Rob Wills, long-time North Bay musician, band manager and now actor, shares memories of the late Terry Lucenti with Small Town Times editor.
This video includes part of an interview recorded with Terry last spring, mostly talking about his father Carmel’s Macdonald’s Beverages where he worked with his brother. Terry also plays a song he made for a young girl named Jordan, the child of someone he met while working on the pipeline out west.
Share your memories of Terry in the comments below or email [email protected] for a story to go in the next magazine. We’re looking for a good photo of bands Terry was played in.

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Life views from North Bay, Ontario, Canada, with snapshots of rural living, sports and politics mixed with podcasts by a long-time story teller. Small Town Times Productions is the name of Dave Dale’s  communication business, which publishes content for online and print applications. The flagship print publication is the Back in the Bay Magazine, which […]

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