About Musicians

Victoria Vox

Singer/songwriter, ukulele player, and mouth-trumpet extraordinaire Victoria Vox is originally from Green Bay, WI. Her original song “Out on the Rails” was created specifically for Westbound and can be heard during the opening credits and on the soundtrack. More »

pat mAcdonald

Writing original songs and performing on the Cigar Box Guitar, pat mAcdonald is featured on several songs from the Westbound soundtrack. A northeast Wisconsin native, his music career spans decades. More »

melaniejane

melaniejane is a singer/songwriter who has also pioneered the electric cello. Her original music, voice, and cello are all featured extensively on the Westbound soundtrack, oftentimes accompanied by her friend pat mAcdonald. More »

Sam & Ruby

Musical soul mates Sam & Ruby create music that transcends genres and stays in the heart of the listener. The Associated Press rated their album The Here and the Now as #1 in 2009. Two Sam & Ruby songs are featured on the Westbound soundtrack. More »

Adam MacKintosh

Adam MacKintosh is a unique American songwriter born and raised in Fremont, CA. He spent three years writing music in Wisconsin with some of the best in the nation. His original song “Steamtrain” was created for the film and can be found on the soundtrack. More »

Jill Sobule

Jill Sobule is among a rare breed of artists, writing and performing music that tackles such topics as the death penalty, anorexia, the French resistance movement, and reproduction just to name a few. Her original song for the Westbound soundtrack is titled “Hobo Soup.” More »

Ethel

Acclaimed as America's premier postclassical string quartet, Ethel, along with Jill Sobule, wrote music and words for the original Westbound song “Hobo Soup.” The quartet's inspiring performance of the song with Jill can be heard on the soundtrack. More »

Mary Patterson

Mary Patterson has honed her skills on the piano and guitar for more than 30 years. As a singer/songwriter, she performs at coffeehouses around Minneapolis, drawing inspiration from her intimate fan base, including Adolph. She wrote “Westbound Train” the night he passed away.

Kenny Wilson

Kenny Wilson resides in Apple Valley, Minnesota, and has been a music professional for over 30 years. His arrangements talents are featured on two soundtrack songs and his resonator “dobro” guitar can be heard on “Amazing Grace.” Kenny has performed with and/or recorded numerous top industry talents including Pop Wagner, The Platters, The Drifters, the legendary Bo Diddley, and most recently Becky Schlegel's release of Red Leaf.