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36876
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Wanting to move to a small town, the Albrights bought a building and turned it into a general store and eventually also turned it into a music hall.
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36323
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Fascinated with music as a child, David Harrell made a barn to provide a hospitable meeting place where musicians can maintain and add to their musical skill, as well as act as a social gathering.
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36332
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Reviewing the past nominations for the Jean Laney Harris Folk Heritage Award, the author spent time with some of the nominations, Jennings Chestnut and the Faulks. Chestnut is the owner of Chestnut Mandolin, a handmade string instrument store. Guy and Tina Faulk are folk musicians and the owners of Guy and Tina’s Bluegrass Pickin’ Parlor, a hub for local bluegrass music.
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36442
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“Drink houses” were parties that were hosted by individuals who offered a place to buy beer and get together with people and listen to music. Luther Mayer, known as Captain Luke, spent a large portion of his life performing in these drink houses in the Winston-Salem area as an entertainer, musician, and artist.