Austin-based singer/songwriter Dustin Welch grew up in Nashville, Tennessee inside a community composed of people associated with various areas of the music business. Welch was playing music and composing songs from an early on age, starting rings like a youngsters with other kids of music artists, including Steve Earle’s child and talented youthful vocalist Cary Ann Hearst. Influenced by hearing Béla Fleck, he trained himself banjo and done his personal experimental methods to the device, with the same early age started composing his own tunes in droves. In 2006 Welch became a member of on like a touring person in the Celtic-fused rock and roll group the Scotch Greens, playing displays over the U.S. and European countries and even getting into a leg from the Warped Tour. Pursuing his amount of time in Scotch Greens he relocated to Austin, Tx and started focus on what will be his debut single record, 2009’s Whisky Priest. The record was an amalgam of musical and literary affects, with Welch sketching on the impact of both his huge musical background as well as the writings of writers like John Steinbeck, William Faulkner, and Cormac McCarthy for his occasionally dark, storytelling tracks. He implemented up in 2012 with sophomore record Tijuana Bible. Aside from his single career, Welch proved helpful actively being a program musician in the Austin picture and in addition volunteered his period at Soldier Tracks & Voices, a every week songwriting and electric guitar workshop for veterans from the Armed Forces.