Tim Graves and Cherokee
Tim Graves and Cherokee is a Tennessee-based band founded in 1981 by dobro player Graves and bass player Bennie Boling. Tim, who played his first gig at age 14, also played for James Monroe and the Midnight Ramblers before moving on to a 12-year stint with Wilma Lee Cooper.
In addition to Graves and Boling, the band consists of tenor vocalist and guitar player Fred Duggin, baritone vocalist and banjo player Joe Miller, and bass vocalist and bass player Heath Van Winkle.
Tim Graves and Cherokee released A New View in 1999.
This artist appears in Jubilee #415: Richard Bennett and Bluetowne/Tim Graves and Cherokee.