Hobart Smith

Born 10 May 1897. Died 11 January 1965
Hobart Smith
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1897-05-10
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Hobart Smith

Hobart Smith Biography (Wikipedia)

Hobart Smith (May 10, 1897—January 11, 1965) was an American old-time musician. He was most notable for his appearance with his sister, Texas Gladden, on a series of Library of Congress recordings in the 1940s and his later appearances at various festivals during the folk music revival of the 1960s. Smith is often remembered for his virtuosic performances on the banjo, and had also mastered various other instruments, including the fiddle, guitar, piano, harmonica, accordion, and organ.

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