Prestonsburg natives Kris Bentley and Nick Jamerson are Sundy Best, a Lexington-based band that is gaining national recognition ahead of the release of its second album, "Bring Up the Sun," March 4, 2014. They were photographed Feb. 15, 2014, performing at the Round Ball Bash, a fundraiser for Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Center. Photo by Rich Copley | staff.
Prestonsburg natives Kris Bentley and Nick Jamerson are Sundy Best, a Lexington-based band that is gaining national recognition ahead of the release of its second album, "Bring Up the Sun," March 4, 2014. They were photographed Feb. 15, 2014, performing at the Round Ball Bash, a fundraiser for Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Center. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader
Prestonsburg natives Kris Bentley and Nick Jamerson are Sundy Best, a Lexington-based band that is gaining national recognition ahead of the release of its second album, "Bring Up the Sun," March 4, 2014. They were photographed Feb. 15, 2014, performing at the Round Ball Bash, a fundraiser for Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Center. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader

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