Bluegrass musician Walt Michael was created and raised in Maryland. He initial became alert to bluegrass while operating as students volunteer in Western Virginia and created a enthusiasm for the noises from the Appalachians. Although he’s an achieved musician — he is able to play harmonica, acoustic guitar, and mandolin — he’s most widely known for his focus on the hammered dulcimer, which he continues to be playing since 1971. Like a seminarian, Michael started carrying out at coffeehouses and, with Jim Albertson on acoustic guitar and Lew London on banjo, he created the Container Hill Band. Throughout their many years of activity (1972-1977), the Container Hill Music group toured thoroughly, released two albums, and created a unique “newgrass” sound. Once the Container Hill Music group dissolved in 1977, Michael became a member of Tom McCreesh and Harley Campbell to create Michael, McCreesh & Campbell. The music group documented two albums and toured European countries before splitting up. Once more Michael discovered himself alone, which time he thought we would lead his personal music group, naming it Walt Michael & Co. His recordings with Walt Michael & Co. have observed his ability within the dulcimer reach a fresh stage of self-confidence and maturity, and several examine these his greatest work up to now.