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Sloan, Bonnie, b. 1937, New Boston, Ohio. Sang on Fore­men Phillips Show; Merle Travis Show; Tex Williams Show. Columbia Records include: Poor Paper Kite; Silly Boy; After the Wedding; Hogtied and Branded; Honky Tonk World; Idle Hours; Next Waltz With You; Nobody But You. Address: Town Hall, Long Beach Blvd., Compton, California.
Smiley, Red, b. 5/17/25, Asheville, N. C. Plays guitar. En­tertainment experience: WROL, Knoxville, Tenn., 1938; WWNC, Asheville, N. C, 1939-42; WWNC Farm Hour, 1946; WDBQ, Roanoke, Va., 1949; WWVA Jamboree, Wheeling, W. Va., 1951; WRVA Old and New Dominion Barn Dance, Richmond, Va. Leader of Red Smiley and Tallent Brothers, 1938; and Tenn. Cutups, 1949—, with Don Reno. King Records—see Don Reno for albums and records. Address: WRVA New Dominion Barn Dance, Richmond, Virginia.
Smith, Arthur "Guitar Boogie," w. Dorothy; s. Reggie; d. Connie. Plays guitar and is leader of the Cracker jacks and Crossroads Quartet. Entertainment experience: WCOS, Columbia, S. C; WSPA, Spartanburg, S. C; WBT and WBT-TV, Charlotte, N. C, 1945—; Carolina Calling, CBS Radio; World Transcriptions. MGM Rec­ords. Album: Fingers on Fire. Songs recorded: Guitar Boogie; Feudin* Banjos; Truck Stop Grill; Hi-Lo Boogie; Lonesome; Half-Moon; I Get So Lonely; Outboard; The Honeymoon Is Over; Cotton Patch Rag; He Went That A-Way; Three D Boogie; You're Off Limits; Banjo Rag; Guitar and Piano Boogie; Lady of Spain; I. H. Boogie; Mt. Be Bop; Banjo Boogie; Twelfth St. Rag; Conversa­tion With a Mule; Mandolin Boogie; Mr. Stalin You're Eatin' Too High on the Hog; Banjo Buster; etc. Co-writer of: What Can I Do to Please You. Business en­terprise: Recording Studios, Charlotte 7, N. C. Award: Look Magazine Story, 3/29/60. Address: Route 4, Box 219A, Matthew, North Carolina.
Smith, Carl, b. 3/15/27, Maynardsville, Tenn.; w. Goldie Hill; d. Rebecca Carlene, 4; Lori Lynn, 2. Entertain­ment experience: WROL (WATE now), Knoxville, Tenn., 1943 and 1945; WWNC, Asheville, N. C; Augusta, Ga.; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1950; Jubi-

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