As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with blues/rock guitarist G.E. Smith about his critically acclaimed new album, Stony Hill, made with revered soul/R&B singer-songwriter, LeRoy Bell. Perhaps best known for his decade as the distinctively ponytailed musical director for Saturday Night Live (for which he won an Emmy), Smith’s career has also included six years with Hall & Oates at the height of their multi-platinum powers; NET (never-ending tour) with Bob Dylan and Roger Waters. Smith also was sideman to David Bowie, Mick Jagger, and Tina Turner; He was the bandleader for everything from the Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame Museum concert to Dylan’s 30th-anniversary show at Madison Square Garden. His new album, Stony Hill, with LeRoy Bell chronicles an in-depth look at where we stand as an American democracy without prejudice or presumption.