Although for practically their whole career, these were just part-time entertainers, this couple duo became an extremely popular action in bluegrass music for over 4 years. Curly Dan (b. Densile Holcomb, 12 Sept 1923, Clay, Western world Virginia, USA) discovered electric guitar, mandolin and banjo and started playing and performing in local groupings in his teenagers. Wilma Ann (b Wilma Ann Decreases, 11 August 1924, Charleston, Western world Virginia, USA) wedded Curly Dan in 1942. In 1952, due to having less work in the Western world Virginia region, the few relocated to Detroit, where Curly Dan discovered function in the electric motor industry using the Chrysler Company. Eventually he proved helpful as an engineer in public areas institutions in Royal Oak, Michigan. They truly became involved with the neighborhood music picture and in 1955, with Wilma Ann playing bass, they produced their Danville Hill Boys, which for quite some time included Lester Flatt’s cousin Carmon Flatt. They produced their initial recordings the next year in the Lot of money label. In 1961, they documented ‘South On 23’, which became their personal tune on Content Heart and demonstrated popular more than enough for Starday release a it on the Nashville label. They eventually documented ‘North On 23’, which like a lot of their music was biographical or associated with their house. In 1973, these were agreed upon to John Morris’ Aged Homestead label that they documented three albums. By this time around their kid, Ricky Dan, was playing banjo using the music group and appeared along with his parents on a number of the recordings. They continuing to play primarily local locations until 1993, when after Carmon Flatt’s loss of life they retired from your music to reside in Hazel Recreation area, Michigan.