About Rutherford County Documentary

“Truly unprecedented, History Channel© quality – our history comes alive – every home in the county should own this documentary!”
– Gloria Shacklett Christy

“I will surely appreciate reliving memories of CHS. My 4 year books from CHS were destroyed during Hurricane Andrew 1992 here in Miami after traveling with me and caring for them. I so look forward to info from CHS. I do understand that the building that we graduated in 1953 has been made into a Middle School. Thanks, and please keep me posted.”
– Mary Miller Maupin

About Uncle Dave Macon Days Video

“There is a unique spirit that prevails during Uncle Dave Macon Days. It comes from the hearts of the volunteers and the many participants and is just as real as the music and dance. The Documentary captured it perfectly; perpetuating the legacy for this and future generations. I was honored to be included in the Documentary.”
– Ralph Vaughn

“The Uncle Dave Macon Days video had done an excellent job of capturing the magic, music and memories of the event… it is a must have item for anyone who enjoys traditional music.”
– Patsy Weiler

“The Uncle Dave Macon Days Video is a great insight into the beginnings of this popular Tennessee Festival and what it has become. Uncle Dave Macon-the King of The Banjo Pickers and the music he helped pioneer lives on at this great event! It is like a big family reunion for the folks who share a common interest in music and dance. I myself have enjoyed attending for many years now!”
– Leroy Troy