Green Country Guitar Boys
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Northeast Oklahoma's Most Exciting
Western Swing & Classic Country Trio

Robert Smith ~ Guitar and Vocals
J.D. Walters ~ Pedal Steel Guitar
Don Sullivan ~ Bass Guitar

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This Tulsa-based western swing/country/jazz trio plays an energetic, entertaining form of American music, blending the elements of Swing, Country and Jazz. Our vintage country music covers the classics of such performers as Bob Wills, Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and others.

Our band distinguishes itself by its technical musicianship and vast repertoire of diverse styles. With over 160 years of professional music experience between them, these musicians stay true to their roots, with a chemistry that’s unmistakable. Audiences immediately pick up on the energy and the sincerity of our music.

The western swing influence of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys is very evident, respecting Wills’ legendary music while putting our own signature on each song. This is music from the days when guys toured and sat on a bus with no air conditioning, and no real food for days. Our trio is devoted to keeping our music sincere, and focused on a simpler time.

Green Country Guitar Boys
Don Sullivan (Bass), Robert Smith (Guitar/Vocals), J.D.Walters (Pedal Steel Guitar)

As Bob Wills might say, “Aaaaaaaaah Haaaaaaah!”

Experience country music at it's very best.
We can make your event an occasion to remember!

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Current Schedule
The Green Country Guitar Boys are currently playing every Friday and Saturday night at Shiloh's Restaurant in Broken Arrow, at 145th Street and the B.A. Expressway.

On March 24, 2012, we recorded a live album at Shiloh's Restaurant, with 14 of our most requested songs:

1. Marie
2. Jersey Bounce
3. Am I Losing You
4. Drinking Champagne
5. Sugar Moon
6. Old Cape Cod
7. You're Something Special
8. Roly Poly
9. Sunny Side Of The Street
10. Night Life
11. Route 66
12. Pennies From Heaven
13. You Don't Know Me
14. Miles and Miles of Texas

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Our latest CD album,"TIME CHANGES EVERYTHING," was recorded recently in a studio and contains 14 more of our most-requested songs.

2nd Album
1. Time changes Everything
2. I Love You Because
3. Right Or Wrong
4. I Love You So Much
5. It Had To Be You
6. Way To Survive
7. Heart-To-Heart Talk
8. Don't Get Around Much
9. Steel Guitar Rag
10. By The Time I Get To Phoenix
11. Ace In The Hole
12. Sweet Memories
13. Don't You Ever Get Tired
14. Cherokee

Green Country Guitar Boys

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Robert SmithRobert Smith, the leader of the Guitar Boys, started his musical career at the age of 12, and at the age of 16 formed his first five-piece band called the Torches, which played for teen hops and local radio stations. In 1962, Robert formed the Count's Band, which was a popular band on the college circuit, playing fraternity and sorority functions. Over the next several years, Robert would expand his experience in the music industry by forming other bands such as Three's-A-Crowd, and the Country Cookin' Band. Over the years, Robert established one of the first country music theatres in Oklahoma called Theatre 66, with his Loose Change Band as the stage band. Robert, with his wife Kathy, formed the Raintree County Band and performed along side such country greats as Mel McDaniel, Sammi Smith, Wanda Jackson, Jack Green and opened for the legendary George Jones.

J.D. WaltersJ.D. Walters' interest in music was apparent in first grade, when he started playing a "Lap Steel." By sixth grade he was playing in a band. He started his career in Nashville, where he played with Freddie Hart for about eght years. J.D. has played in Europe and most every state in the USA. He played with Hank Thompson on two extended tours in England and with Billie Jo Spears for three years in the UK. She was the most popular female singer in the UK at the time. We are honored to have him playing with The Green Country Guitar Boys.

Don SullivanDon Sullivan grew up in the 1940s and was influenced by big band and country music on network radio (no TV back then). He started playing piano in bands in the late 50s and graduated to bass guitar in 1961. He went to TU on a music scholarship and played in the concert and marching bands, as well as the Tulsa Philharmonic for a season. During the 1970s, Don participated in nationwide tours and appearances with Roy Clark, Diana Trask, Ernest Tubb, The Compton Brothers, The Hagar Twins, Jodi Miller, J.J. Cale, and many others. He's very happy to be playing western swing music again.

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For Booking or CD Information,
Call Robert Smith: (918) 946-0779
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Shiloh's, June 29, 2013