As one of the area’s few local products to have released a major label album, this Aynor-bred singer’s roots extend more than 20 years into the business of making music.
At 21, Floyd owned a Murrells Inlet club called “Charlie’s Nightlife,” before signing a record deal with Capitol Records.
He released his solo debut album also called “Charlie’s Nightlife” in 1993 with a pair of singles reaching the Billboard country charts.
Floyd opened the Daytona Opry in Daytona Beach, Fla., in 1997 and eventually returned to the beach where he played around town with the Southern Express band for many years before releasing another solo album “Sounds of Home” in 2010.
These days, Floyd owns and operates a nightclub called Daisy Dukes in Myrtle Beach and still performs regularly.