|Old Homestead Records|
|Founder||John W. Morris|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
Old Homestead Records was a record label based in Michigan specializing in preserving and reissuing recordings of traditional country and bluegrass artists.
Sublabels included Broadway Intermission, Collectors Series, and Rutabaga Records.
On Broadway Intermission, Morris released Bing Crosby's 1945 "Seventh Air Force Tribute" to vinyl from transcripts of a World War II Armed Forces Radio broadcast. Broadway Intermission also released music by Tommy Dorsey, Bix Beiderbecke, The Mills Brothers, and others.