Rudy Barrett--------------The Smoky Mountain Banjo


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Smoky Mountain Hayride/Grand Ol’ Opry Show

Jim Walter Jubilee (syndicated tv show)

Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree


Renfro Valley Barndance

Smoky Mountain Jamboree

Dash-Dot Recording Artists

Ghost Town In The Sky

Six Gun Territory

Maggie Valley Playhouse

The Music Barn

Ober Gatlinburg Music on the mountain

Played backup for:  Grand Ol’ Opry star Ernie Ashworth (Talk Back Trembling Lips), Mel Street (Borrowed Angel, and Smoky Mountain Memories), and Jackie Phelps ( Hee Haw).


Our recording of “At The End Of Dusty Road” was a number one requested song on one east Tennessee radio station for 13 weeks.

Our instrumental recording of “Whoa Mule Whoa” climbed to the # 6 spot worldwide on the Soundclick internet music site.

Our recording of "John Henry" reached the #3 spot worldwide.



The recording "The Sounds Of The Smoky Mountain Banjo"  containing 16 banjo instrumentals is available on CD HERE.  Some of the tunes: "My Grandfather's Clock," "Whoa Mule Whoa," "John Henry," "Old Joe Clark," "Wildwood Flower," "Listen To The Mockingbird," "Little Liza Jane," "Smoky Mountain Five String Jamboree," "High Step'n Charlie," "Cripple Creek," "Cumberland Gap," "LeConte Creek," "Smoky Mountain Girls," and more..
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The Sounds Of The Smoky Mountain Banjo

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