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Marvin "Junior" "Smokey" Montgomery was an American country swing musician, songwriter, arranger, and producer from Texas, best known as the banjo player for the . See also Smokey Montgomery. Born in Rinard, IA, on March 7, 1913, died 2001. Took the name "Montgomery" after the movie star Robert Montgomery (1904-1981). Originally known as "Junior Montgomery", the Doughboys changed his named to "Smokey" because he played so fast his hand blurred on TV broadcasts. Montgomery joined the Texas Wanderers in 1934, and then the legendary in October 1935. He was appointed bandleader in 1948 and remained in that role until his death in 2001. From the early 1950s to 1962 he was also the musical director of the Big D Jamboree, a weekly radio show syndicated nationally from Dallas - The Doughboys performed as the house band under the name Country Gentlemen. Under the same name they backed Elvis Presley on one of his early tours. In the 1960s he helped form the Dallas folk groups The Banjo Band From The Levee and <a...  Read More

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