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  1. Mar 22,  · On the instrumental "Bonaparte's Retreat," Watson offers a droning, sea shanty-influenced version of this song staple of Mississippi river communities. Some of the family's best work is found in the spirituals scattered about the album.
  2. Hobart's Dan Masino after the Statesmen's comeback win at Springfield. HOBART POSTGAME: NCAA Basketball First Round Press Conference.
  3. Oct 17,  · Hobart Smith: Stories and Songs from a Banjo Great The new CD In Sacred Trust presents previously unreleased recordings by Hobart Smith, a traditional musician from southwestern Virginia who could.
  4. Hobart Smith (May 10, —January 11, ) 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 s and his later appearances at various festivals during the folk music revival of the s. Smith is often remembered for his virtuosic performances on the banjo, and had also mastered.
  5. Summary: Hobart Smith is 92 years old today because Hobart's birthday is on 01/04/ Hobart calls East Stone Gap, VA, home. Other names that Hobart uses includes Hobert Smith. Read Full Summary.
  6. In , Smith recorded 40 tracks for Alan Lomax and the Library of Congress, resulting in a set of English ballads; banjo, fiddle, and guitar pieces; and Virginia murder ballads, not to mention a relationship with Lomax that would prove beneficial in the coming years. Eventually, Lomax would introduce him to Moses Asch, resulting in the recording of a soon out of print album for Asch's pre.
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  8. Dec 13,  · Find a Grave, database and images (tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo: accessed), memorial page for Hobart Smith (7 Feb –13 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Hillcrest Cemetery, Floyds Knobs, Floyd County, Indiana, USA ; Maintained by Kalleb (contributor ).
  9. Hobart Smith, b. May 10, in Smyth County, VA, d. January 11, in Saltville, VA, American old-time musician, active c. – He was most notable for his appearance with his sister, Texas Gladden, on a series of Library of Congress recordings in the s and his later appearances at various festivals during the folk music revival of the s.

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