Wednesday Apr 9
A Guide to South Carolina Writers
What makes a South Carolina writer? Does that mean a writer who lives here, was born here, or made their name here? The 128 writers who make up the new South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to South Carolina Writers, recently published by the University of South Carolina Press, have lived and worked all over the world, and some have dual residencies.
Wednesday Apr 9
The Chronicle Herald
Dueling Banjos composer Arthur Smith dies
Arthur Smith, a country musician known for the hit "Guitar Boogie" and for "Feuding Banjos," a bluegrass tune that became "Dueling Banjos" in the film "Deliverance," died Thursday at his home in Charlotte, N.C. He was 93. A nimble guitarist and banjo-player, Smith was a virtuoso with an approachable manner.
Feudin' Banjos Hitmaker Arthur Smith Dies
Arthur Smith , the guitarist who created the song that inspired cult movie Deliverance 's Dueling Banjos , has died, aged 93. The musician was one of the most influential country and rock 'n' roll guitarists in the 1940s and 1950s and his 1948 hit Guitar Boogie made him a household name in America.
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