W. Scott Stewart   Norton Dill   Theresa McKibben   Kneeland Wright   Lesli Wright   Stewart Jackson

Norton has been playing stringed instruments and performing since he was 10 years old. For the last 30 years he’s made his living doing film and video production, creating TV commercials, videos and documentaries.
He loves his work but has an even greater affection for music and theater. He is married, has 4 children and 8 grandchildren and loves being PapaNort to all of his clan. He also loves his second family, The Dill Pickers!
Stewart A Jackson is the newest Dill picker and sings lead, back up, and plays guitar and bass. When he's not doing music he works as a pastoral marriage and family therapist in Birmingham.
He has one wife, three adult children and seven grandchildren.
Theresa McKibben is a retired Elementary Music Teacher, who now enjoys teaching Preschool Music and playing with her grandbaby. Spending time at Lake Mitchell fishing and boating are her hobbies.
Scott lives south of Nashville on a 60-acre family farm in Triune with his dog, Rufus. He and his dad, Mark, are the 4th and 5th generations living here. When not singing and playing bass with the Pickers, he creates ads for car dealers.
Scott has become very involved with the theatre scene around Nashville and made his Grand Ole Opry House debut in 2015 performing in HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS.
Dates for GRINCH are Nov 20 - Dec 27. www.getgaylordtickets.com
Lesli, or “Junebug” as her fellow pickers call her, sings alto and plays fiddle for the group. She is tickled to be back to her roots in East Tennessee where she is the Children’s Music Director at Middlebrook Pike United Methodist Church in Knoxville. She’s the proud Mama of two college age sons, Blake and Cole, and is married to “Mr. Wright”, aka Kneeland.
Kneeland's first guitar was purchased with S&H Green Stamps in 1966 and he's been playing ever since. Married to the lovely fiddle playing Dill Picker, Lesli and now living in Knoxville, TN. Two fabulous grown kids and laying low as a Tide fan in Vol country!