Little George Smith or George "Harmonica" Smith (born Allen George Smith, April 22, 1924 – October 2, 1983) was an American, blues, harmonica player. Born in West Helena, Arkansas, United States, but brought up in Cairo, Illinois, he began playing professionally in 1951. He was recruited to join Muddy Waters' band in 1954, making his presence between the short-lived Henry Strong, and James Cotton. He would rejoin Waters in 1966. He eventually made the decision to leave Chicago, and spent much of his adult life on the West Coast of America.