After the storm: Pickin’ and Dancin’

May have been snow on the ground and treacherous conditions on many secondary roads in Floyd County on Sunday, the day after the storm called Jonas, but that didn’t keep the musicians from The Floyd Country Store for an Old-Time Music Jam.

They played through the afternoon.

Dogtown Roadhouse also hosted their scheduled Sunday “Open Mic” early Sunday evening.

Snow melts.

The music continues…

Ben Silcox jamming the afternoon away.
Ben Silcox jamming the afternoon away. (Photos by Doug Thompson)
Mac Traynham: Leading the session.
Mac Traynham: Leading the session.
Bob Stepno
Bob Stepno
Jamming away on a Sunday afternoon.
Jamming away on a Sunday afternoon.
Dancing with the Jammers.
Dancing with the Jammers.
Heather Krantz (above) and Dylan Locke (below): Co-owners of The Floyd Country Store.
Heather Krantz (above) and Dylan Locke (below): Co-owners of The Floyd Country Store.

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6 Responses to After the storm: Pickin’ and Dancin’

  1. Thanks, Doug! So glad the store was open on Sunday… Great antidote to cabin fever, and a beautiful day-after-the-storm drive down/up/down/up from Radford.

  2. Thanks for the newsletter and the great music ..I stop anytime I am up that way as i live
    in the south.. MS Wish we had a Floyd’s i n south MS…You know how to entertain..
    Thanks for the memories..

  3. So glad you continued with the jamming on Sunday after the storm. When we are able
    to come I feel connected to my Dad’s New Hampshire country roots. Thanks.
    Jac Hull, Bedford, Virginia