The Floyd Country Store, Handmade Music School, and County Sales with Dylan Locke
Today we’re taking a look into Floyd County, Virginia, and how it has helped shape and establish the music and heritage of Southwest Virginia. Floyd County is home to the Floyd Country Store, The Handmade Music School, and County Sales. Listen in as Dylan Locke tells us about these three places of interest along The Crooked Road and learn some more about Southwest Virginia musical history and heritage!
Music from today’s podcast is by The Twin Creeks Stringband called “Lee Highway Blues”. Twin Creeks Stringband is from Franklin County Virginia and frequently performs at the Floyd Country Store.
To find out more about The Twin Creeks Stringband and their upcoming CD including the song “Lee Highway Blues” please visit the following:
Links from today’s show include:
Floyd Country Store – Country store, restaurant, & Music Venue
Handmade Music School – Teaching old time, bluegrass, traditional music, and dance
County Sales – Worlds largest selction of old time and bluegrass music
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Be sure to tune in next week as we talk with Carrie Beck, Executive Director of The Crooked Road. Carrie’s interview takes us along the Crooked Road with a regional look into our music and heritage!
Floyd Country Store Featured image credit: Virginia Tourism Corporation (Virginia.org)