The banjoist and singer for McKinney’s Natural cotton Pickers in the ‘20s and ‘30s, Wilborn also recorded with Louis Armstrong. Wilborn started playing piano at age group 12, but found the banjo quickly thereafter and managed to get his primary device. He caused Cecil and Lloyd Scott in 1922, after that joined up with drummer William McKinney’s Synco Septet, which afterwards became the Natural cotton Pickers. Wilborn documented with Armstrong in 1928. McKinney’s Natural cotton Pickers disbanded for a while in 1934, after that reformed; Wilborn remained until 1937, after that fronted his very own music group until around 1950, when he quit playing music full-time. In 1971 alto saxophonist David Hutson constructed a new edition of the Natural cotton Pickers around Wilborn, who was simply purportedly the final surviving person in the initial group. From 1972 he sang and documented with the brand new McKinney’s Natural cotton Pickers; his performing can be noticed over the albums New McKinney’s Natural cotton Pickers (1972) and You’re Generating Me Crazy (1973), both over the Bountiful label.