A note from Dave Freeman

Posted by CJ CS on

Dear Fans of County Sales,

I hope you are as happy as I am to know that this world-famous business is reopening today! County Sales is back selling the best selection of CD's, DVDs, LP's books and other items related to old-time and bluegrass music!

I consider it a stroke of luck to be able to find a buyer, in Dylan Locke, who is knowledgable and enthusiastic about the music...and has another business within walking distance of the County Sales warehouse at The Floyd Country Store! A business steeped in the same traditional music you'll find at County Sales.

I feel encouraged that the path forward is going to be a healthy continuation for County Sales. And fans of old time music and bluegrass will continue to appreciate and enjoy the huge selection of rare, hard to find recordings in stock. 

Dylan has done great work building the new website which gives the catalogue a nice new home and we are both thrilled with the direction it's going. I feel strongly that this will be an important and successful new addition to Floyd County and beyond.
If you are ever anywhere near the Town of Floyd, stop in and see the world's largest selection of old time and bluegrass music!

Thanks for the years of support!

Dave Freeman

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  • I’m so glad to hear that the legacy will continue. This is a blessing for Floyd and the greater Bluegrass community.

    Ron Perlik on
  • So happy to hear this GREAT news. You have my support. Thank you so much for doing what you do.
    God Bless!

    Dan Croft on
  • My name is Mike Mullins…my wife (Deana Mullins formerly Deana Biggers) and I have been researching her grandfather’s music career. Deana’s father is 86 and has recently been telling us stories about his dad…that spurred us to dig into his fiddle playing. Her grandfather’s name was Alonzo Biggers and he was with a few fiddle bands in the 1920s and 1930s (Grapevine Serenaders, Grapevine Coon Hunters and Grapevine Fiddle Band).
    We have a copy of a letter from Charles Faurot stating he recorded Alonzo Biggers playing the fiddle and according to the letter, that recording was sent to the Library of Congress. He also sent Mr. Biggers a copy of the 78 record they recorded in 1932(?) under the Brunswick label.

    If there is any way I could contact David Freeman directly, I would love to ask him a few questions.

    Mike Mullins on
  • Thanks Dave

    Russell thornton on

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