b. 22 July 1961, Leicester, Britain. Having studied graphical design at Wolverhampton Polytechnic, Wilson, playing electric guitar and fiddle, became a full-time musician in 1984. He performed a multitude of folk celebrations and clubs, quickly getting a name for himself. In conjunction with English Council trips of Pakistan and Malaysia, he performed thoroughly in Germany and European countries. Wilson in addition has toured Scandinavia as well as the English Isles, using the Shed Nation Music group, alongside Sara Gray and Brian Peters (later on changed by Dave Burland). Wilson’s debut launch, on Harbourtown, 1988’s The Hand Of Your Hands, was extremely acclaimed in the folk music press. Since the preliminary effect of his appearance around the folk picture, Wilson has continuing with solo carrying out, session function, and dealing with his fresh band, Rip-off. He also became a member of Pete Morton (acoustic guitar/vocals) and Simon Edwards (accordion/vocals) in Urban Folk, and was an associate of the home Music group from 1994 to 1998. In the past due 90s Wilson teamed up with Martin Carthy and Chris Solid wood to create the folk ‘supergroup’ Solid wood Wilson Carthy. His additional recent credits consist of use Kate Rusby and John Tams, and a cooperation with fidller Emma Reid as the Bezzas.