The Claiborne House B&B in Rocky Mount is along the starting point for the The Crooked Road: Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail – Walk to The Harvester Performance Center
HHarvester Performance Center is our brand new music venue! Walk to this exciting new venue downtown Rocky Mount just .3 mile from The Claiborne House!
Make musical memories along the Crooked Road – CLICK HERE for sample itinerary
Crooked Road – Recommended Events:
- Thursday – Dairy Queen on Rt 40 West in Rocky Mount. Bands/Jam sessions perform from 9-10am. Other musicians welcome to participate. No Admission Charge. DQ has some great biscuits N gravy too. Sept thru May (.9 of a mile from The Claiborne House – directions here).
- Thursday – Waidsboro Ruritan Club Jam Session First and Third Thursdays 7-9PM Sept thru May. (5.5 miles from The Claiborne House – directions here).
- Friday – Floyd Country Store Friday Night Jamboree (30 miles/50 minutes drive from The Claiborne House – directions here).
- Saturday – Redwood Community Club Live country and bluegrass music with dancing every Saturday night 7:30-11PM (just 2.4 miles from The Claiborne House- directions here).
*Note – this calendar is provided for your innformation, hours/days were correct at time of posting, please double check before attending. Harvester Performance Center here in Rocky Mount. Walk to live music from the inn.
Click here to read about some interesting guests we have had at The Claiborne House B&B and what they thought about our little local mountain music scene.
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“JOE WILSON SLEPT HERE” Read the write up on The Claiborne House in “A Guide to the Crooked Road: Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail” by Joe Wilson (RIP):
“The Claiborne House is a beautiful, historic Victorian home. The owners Tony & Shellie, are as enjoyable as their antique-filled bed-and-breakfast and the English gardens that surround it. In addition to six comfortable rooms and free wireless internet access, The Claiborne House offers convenient parking and an ideal location for visiting surrounding sites.” pg 43