The Best of County Road 11 from 2019
One of our more interesting stops was at Specialtees, Etc. in Newton to see Bob Beckley's amazing collection of over 100-thousand vinyl records
"The Christmas double album, when you open it up it has like the pop up books with a Christmas scene in it. The Jackson Five and it's a picture disc."
One of the more unique venues was a relatively new restaurant in Quitman called The Garage. Owner Tracey McCarty turned the former full service gas station into family-run business with his wife, sister and aunt cooking and serving up some delicious meals which include the go-to food.
"Our Momma D's big burger. It's an 8 ounce burger and there's plenty of meat. We have a special sauce on it. Like I said that's the thing. They say it's the talk of the town so that's what we go to."
County Road 11 also was big on sports , and celebrated Union native Andy Ogletree capturing the United States Amateur Championship and earning a spot to play in the prestigious Masters Tournament this coming April.
And while most referees and officials are normally not the most popular people at a sporting event, we introduced you to Warren Baker, who's been wearing stripes for three decades and is one of the best in Mississippi
'You're never as good as you think you are and you're never as bad as the people think you are."
County Road 11 also enjoys celebrating the local music scene and we took you to Philadelphia as County Music star Marty Stuart gave us a sneak peak into his collection of around 20-thousand artifacts that will eventually be featured at his Congress of Country Music in Philadelphia.
Make sure and tune in next Thursday when we show you more of the best of County Road 11 from 2019.