Dallas Banjo Band

​You Can't Play a Sad Song On a Banjo

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ALL FRETS MAGAZINE    Cover & Article

The official national magazine of the Banjo (and other fretted instruments) has decided to feature the Dallas Banjo Band in its Nov-Dec 2018 issue. This being the 30th anniversary of the Band's founding, the article goes into the events leading up to the formation of the Band and also a good biography of Smokey Montgomery and his part in making the Band what it is today.


Next Free DBB Show at Back Country BBQ

Saturday May 4, 2019

from 11 AM till Noon

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After a long illness, which somehow didn't keep "The Voice" of the Dallas Banjo Band from still performing at gigs, Jim Lawrence  left us  to reunite with the those of the Band alumni who also now perform in the celestial version of the Band. No doubt the angels and other residents of heaven are stomping their feet to their happy banjo sounds.

With his wife, Carol, helping Jim to get to his last gigs with us, he still could belt out a vocal like no one before or after him.

Jim was a true musician and entertainer, being adept at several instruments besides the banjo; and he played in many of the area's bands, including his own Dixieland group.

We and his fans will miss him !!

There will be a Band Tribute to Jim on Saturday April 6, 2019 at 2:00 TO 4:00PM  at the:
Garland Senior Center
600 West Avenue A
Garland, Texas 75040

"Big Jim" Lawrence  1934-2019

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