Smokey Greene has been an institution in New York, New England, and Florida country music for sixty-five years now. For years he has performed as a single act with his vintage Martin guitar singing old country standards laced with amusing songs that his fans know and love. At age 82 he's still trooping. He missed a year to illness and has come back as a reliable fixture on the festival scene. Professional to the core, it's always good to see him. He might not look good naked any more, but he sure looks good.
Mac and Hazel McGee are examples of how the post WW II southern migration seeded New England with a rich heritage of country and bluegrass music. Emigrating from Georgia and Tennessee respectively, Mac and Hazel met and married in New England and for over 40 years have shared their musical heritage with their band, introducing scores of local and regional musicians to a music which, though not a part of their heritage became a part of them.
Two Brothers - Two New Henderson Guitars