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Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith (not to be confused with Arthur Smith "Fiddlin' Arthur Smith") was a country musician and multi-instrumentalist (fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar, bass and trumpet) who was born April 1, 1921 in Clinton, South Carolina and died April 3, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina. His first group was the Carolina Crackerjacks (later called Arthur Smith And His Cracker-Jacks) a Dixieland combo which he formed with his brothers Sonny and Ralph. Arthur then moved to Charlotte, North Carolina and joined the WBT Carolina Barndance live radio show and became an occasional member of the WBT Briarhoppers band. After WWII and leaving the Navy Arthur returned to WBT and got his own show called Carolina Calling, and in 1951 he got his own TV show on WBTV called The Arthur Smith Show, the first national country music show; it ran for 32 years in 90 markets nationwide. Smith opened and ran the first recording studio in Charlotte where he produced radio shows for Johnny Cash, <a...  Read More
   

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  Arthur Smith I Get So Lonely 45   2 listed $7 - $33 View All
  Arthur Smith I'm Richer Than You 7"+CDR   1 listed $38  Details 
Indian Boogie  Arthur Smith Indian Boogie 45   2 listed $20 - $46 View All
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