He turns tables. Sadly, the tables turned his life around.
“I’m a cancer survivor,” Disc Jockey Tommy Black says. “I beat cancer. I never knew I had it.”
Black, who goes by the moniker D.J.T, played at an old gas station on North Market Street. He plays mixes of blues, gospel, R&B and others. He began selling his tapes in front of the gas station on Friday evening.
“I’m just out here enjoying myself,” Black said. “Enjoying life. I’m glad to be here. I could’ve been dead and gone.”
He says he will return every few days to hopefully sell more CD’s.