Smokey Greene is a true pioneer in country music born in 1930. Around age 13, he learned to play his first instrument, the tenor banjo. By age 16 he had added the guitar, mandolin, and fiddle to his skills. That same year he made his first professional appearance with his longtime mentor, yodeling Slim Clark. Over the next seven decades he steadily performed, building up a wealth of unforgettable moments on stage. He is one of the few entertainers who can walk on stage with just a guitar and have the audience demanding more at the end of the set. He entertains with the deft touch of a magician and can deliver the message in a song like no other. Be it funny or sad, his choice of material is truly unique. He is joined by his sons Arlin & Scott Greene on bass and guitar, Jim Warren on dobro, and Brian Jiguere on the mandolin.