From old time to bluegrass, from powerful vocals to rippin' instrumentals,
The Smoky Mountaineers are the perfect
for your event,
or community concert series
in and around the
Great Smoky Mountains!
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Bradley Adams, a native of Bryson City, has been performing the music of the Southern Appalachians for two decades. A founding member of regional acts Sawmill Creek and Commonfolk, Bradley joined The Freight Hoppers in 2008, touring and performing with the band until 2015.
Hailing from Knoxville, TN, Frank has played fiddle since he was three years old. He has been hired to join countless bands on the stage and in the studio and was most recently a member of the Tennessee Stifflegs.
Born in southwest Atlanta, Frank has played banjo since he was eighteen years old. He toured the bluegrass circuit with a few different bands such as Clearwater, whose album was produced by Rhonda Vincent. He founded the influential old time band The Freight Hoppers in the mid-nineties.
Raised in south-central Indiana, Allie has sung since she could talk and taught herself guitar at age 14. She was a founding member of The Whipstitch Sallies in which she honed her lead and harmony vocal chops. She has played with Frank and The Freight Hoppers since 2016.