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Reggie Smith

b. 30 August 1924, Stewiacke, Nova Scotia, Canada. A cousin of well-known Canadian nation music vocalist Hank Snow, Smith became known in the past due 50s when, along with his music group, the Melody Four, he documented for RCA-Victor Information. Another three members from the music group at the moment had been Roddy Dorman (fiddle), Wendell Simm (bass), and Don Millard (electric guitar). Contained in Smith’s repertoire had been ‘Atlantic Lullaby’, ‘Rock and roll And Move Lullaby’, ‘Baggy Slacks’, ‘Allow’s Make Hay’, ‘Small Henry’, ‘The Lord Gave Me To You’ and ‘The Damaged Band’. In 2002 Smith was inducted in to the Nova Scotia Nation Music Hall of Popularity.

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