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About G.E. Smith

We all remember the facial distortions of this guitar master from the days when he was musical director on “Saturday Night Live.” His guitar distortions and bluesy vamps are just as distinct. In the past, he’s jammed with the likes of Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan. Here, he’s joined by a crackjack rhythm section consisting of Paul Ossoia, Steve Holly, and T-Bone Wolk. Always keep a T-Bone around, Roots Rockers! Smith has the grace to let his band shine as much as he, the piano player, dazzles on "Tonight We Shake."

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Listen toG.E. Smithon Rhapsody

We all remember the facial distortions of this guitar master from the days when he was musical director on “Saturday Night Live.” His guitar distortions and bluesy vamps are just as distinct. In the past, he’s jammed with the likes of Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan. Here, he’s joined by a crackjack rhythm section consisting of Paul Ossoia, Steve Holly, and T-Bone Wolk. Always keep a T-Bone around, Roots Rockers! Smith has the grace to let his band shine as much as he, the piano player, dazzles on "Tonight We Shake."

About G.E. Smith

We all remember the facial distortions of this guitar master from the days when he was musical director on “Saturday Night Live.” His guitar distortions and bluesy vamps are just as distinct. In the past, he’s jammed with the likes of Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan. Here, he’s joined by a crackjack rhythm section consisting of Paul Ossoia, Steve Holly, and T-Bone Wolk. Always keep a T-Bone around, Roots Rockers! Smith has the grace to let his band shine as much as he, the piano player, dazzles on "Tonight We Shake."

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About G.E. Smith

We all remember the facial distortions of this guitar master from the days when he was musical director on “Saturday Night Live.” His guitar distortions and bluesy vamps are just as distinct. In the past, he’s jammed with the likes of Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan. Here, he’s joined by a crackjack rhythm section consisting of Paul Ossoia, Steve Holly, and T-Bone Wolk. Always keep a T-Bone around, Roots Rockers! Smith has the grace to let his band shine as much as he, the piano player, dazzles on "Tonight We Shake."

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