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Kimberly Jo Smith

Kimberly Jo Smith

The Smith Family has a unique and nostalgic sound which extend to the genres of Bluegrass, Folk, and Old Time Gospel. The core of the group is comprised of Kimberly Jo Smith, and her son Bryan Davis. Their first CD, The Journey, was released November 2011. A native of Tennessee, convert to the LDS Church and great great granddaughter of Joseph and Emma Smith, Kimberly has embraced a unique sound drawing from her Appalachian roots to express the lives of her ancestors. With four generations of music impacting the Smith family, and Dolly Parton as a double cousin on her mother’s side, Kimberly’s life has been steeped in the traditional sounds of the mountains. "As a performer I want the audience to be able to feel the history of those mountains and the people who carved their lives out in them. It is my hope that they leave with a smile and a desire to know more about their own heritage." For both mother and son, music is an integral part of their lives, a driving force which inspires them to write and sing. "Music is that fine mist which settles into the crevices where nothing else can reach." Kimberly once said, "And it is that very knowledge that moves me to sing whenever and wherever I can." The harmonies that are expressed in their music are unique and soul stirring. As one listens to them sing everything from pioneers to the experience of living today,one cannot escape the underlying messages of hope and perseverance. For booking and other information please cont

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  1. I’m a Ward Mission Leader here in Cedar Hills UT. I would like to talk to you about coming and doing a fireside for our Stake 8 wards.
    Could you call or email me back. Eric Haws 801 509-7261

    Thank you

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