While browsing the Smithsonian website this week I ran across this video clip on a regular musical event in a small town in the USA called Floyd in Virginia.
Every week, the Floyd Country Store draws musicians and their fans from across southwest Virginia. People have been meeting there from all over the southeast for years playing the music that has been a part of their family for generations. People get together in alleys and parking lots to form impromptu groups playing bluegrass and traditional country music.
Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/people-places/blue-ridge-bluegrass.html#ixzz1Vz0vwAzF
The Floyd County Store is now the traditional jam centre for the region and now a major stop on Virginia’s 250-mile Crooked Road.
Read the whole article at the Smithsonian Website.