Tim Smith joins The Churchmen

Bluegrass fiddler Tim SmithBluegrass Gospel favorites, The Churchmen, recently welcomed fiddler Tim Smith to the band.

Tim is a veteran bluegrass musician, having served as a member of The Bluegrass Cardinals. He has 1st place trophies from both Galax and Union Grove, and recording credits with such bluegrass luminaries as James King, The Country Gentlemen, and Jim Eanes on his resume.

Smith also has a pair of solo fiddle projects available, Plain and Simple (1999) and The Lonesome Blueridge (2001).

The Churchmen roster now includes David Guthrie (guitar and vocals), Freddy Rakes (banjo and vocals), Gerald Harbour (mandolin and vocals), Keith Clark (bass and vocals), and Smith (fiddle and vocals).

Find a list of their upcoming performace dates online.

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