Walt Winston was born in St. Louis, Missouri in December of 1964 and became a musician at age 13 and began writing his first works. A few years later, Walt had began his college years and changed his name to Walt Winston after finding a pack of cigarettes on the floor of the bar where he was working at the time, and came up with Walt Winston and the name stuck with him.
The Lonesome D String Band is basement folkie Dan Greenwood, of suburban Philadelphia. Folk music's in his genes, to an extent - his parents' first date was a Simon & Garfunkel concert (January 1967), and early on they compared Weavers records.
Carolann Solebello is a native New Yorker who spent several years touring the nation as a professional theatre actor before finding her way back home as part of "folkabilly blues" duo BLIND DIVA (with singer-songwriter Hope Nunnery).
John Reilly (nominated for an Oscar, Golden Globe, Tony, and Grammy), Becky Stark (Lavender Diamond), and Tom Brousseau play "Appalachian soul music." They've released two singles on Jack White's Third Man Records.