Folk designer Heidi Stone initial began performing young, taking lessons from a classical guitarist and hearing choral functions and concertos. She also consumed hand-me-downs from her cousins, including albums from the Clash, the Beatles, and Henry Mancini, amongst others. She attemptedto find out the drums as well as the trumpet together with her acoustic guitar playing, but ultimately began composing folk music. She ultimately released her debut record, Wash It Apart, to praise in the folk community. She toured and continuing to try out live, eventually heading back to the studio room for 2002’s Glass.