Hoyt "Floyd" Ming (Choctaw County, October 6, 1902 - April 28 1985)
Fiddler Hoyt "Floyd" Ming led a Mississippi family band called the Pep-Steppers.
With Rozelle Ming on guitar and Troy Ming on mandolin, the Pep-Steppers played dances and fairs around Tupelo during the '20s.
After auditioning for Ralph Peer at a drug store, the band recorded several sides for Victor during 1928. The Mings continued performing regionally into the '50s, and although Hoyt also worked as a potato farmer for… read more
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