From far back in the mountains of La Crescenta, on down to the streets of Glendale, it drifted past the lake in Echo Park, and settled in the El Sereno hills. The Old-Time music of Smoke Holler was known far and wide across The City of Angels. Soon back porches became square dance floors, weddings became hootenannys, and neighbors behind fences could only yell “Yee-Hee!” when the music kicked off. With driving back beats from Laura Osborn’s guitar, and furious melodies from Dee Farnsworth’s mandolin, some rowdy banjo picking from Joey Berglund, and the screaming fiddles of Kenny Feinstein and Dave Baine—the sound of Smoke Holler grew into an undeniable force of music that enchants Los Angeles to this very day! So if you see the SMOKE the dance floor is burning down! Give ‘em a HOLLER—“Yee Hee!!!