Mitch Snow

"Mitch Snow - - A multi-talented singer/songwriter/musician/actor/producer/engineer

has been working professionally for more than 42 years. At the age of 12, he performed

with his father and teacher, Jim Snow. Since that time, Mitch has captivated diverse audiences

from Las Vegas to Saudi Arabia, Canada to Florida. He has performed as Hank Williams

in the play"Lost Highways" at The Barn Dinner Theater He's also appeared in TV adds for

Thomasville Chevrolet performing their jingles that he wrote and produced. He has opened

for more than 40 national acts, including Bob Hope, Marty Robbins, Tracy Byrd, Ronnie Milsap,

Gene Watson, Joe Diffy, and Billy "Crash" Craddock. He has shared the stage with Minnie Pearl,

Hank Thompson and countless others. If experience is the best teacher, Mitch has graduated

from the right school. He owns and operates Mitch Snow Productions, where he produces and

engineers sound tracks for songwriters and artists of various styles. He often provides all the

instrumentals and vocals on a track. He has also appeared on recordings by Connie Hopper of

The Hoppers, The Easter Brothers, The Dixie Melody Boys, Billy "Crash" Craddock and

Bob Timberlake Reflections - Alan Denny piano arrangements. He Also stays busy with

live performances, private, corporate, or as a hired hand playing some kind of lead or rhythm

instrument. His performances may be solo or with a band depending on the ocassion. He is truly

a versatilely seasoned musician. A normal day's work on stage or in the studio might include

Mitch playing the acoustic rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass guitar, drums, fiddle, mandolin,

banjo, harmonica, piano, pedal steel, dobro and occasionally even a sax line."

"When the good Lord passed out talent, Mitch went through the line twice!”

For booking information, studio or stage contact Mitch.

(336) 889 2749 or e-mail