Radio West | Dec 10, 2012 | 7:17

Radio West Spotlight Sabrina Weeks

This week we shine the Radio West spotlight on Sabrina Weeks. She and her band, Swing Cat Bounce, have been performing together for a few years. Here's Rebecca's conversation with Sabrina.

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