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Micah Lehmoine

Stone Thrown (Keyboards, guitar, vocals)

Micah Lehmoine was born July 31, 1990. He was delivered by midwives in the very house he grew up in. His hair was as white as snow until approximately five years of age before it began to settle into a dark brown.

As a child, he was introduced to the Beatles and Neil Young and fell in love with the music. The first song he ever learned was the quaker oatmeal song in C major at the age of eight. He took piano lessons from Wendell Babcock between the ages of eight and nine. Due to the fact that taking piano lessons seemed more like school work than fun, he fell out of playing any instruments until high school.

He accredits the majority of his harmonizing, song writing and aural comprehension skills to singing old hymns at church on sundays. He participated in choir from seventh grade until graduation including honors choir junior year and select choir senior year.

Sophmore year he was given a two octave mini keyboard. He began to listen to his favorite Beatles songs until he could play them. From then on, learning songs by ear became an addiction only surpassed by his new addiction to song writing. He picked up guitar for the first time Senior year of High School. The first song he wrote and kept was called, “Way too long,” which was later performed by his first band, “Ohio Turnpike Elegy.” The band was formed in the fall of his senior year. The band stayed together for approximately a year, playing gigs few and far between.

Before long, however, he and the drummer had a falling out with the bass player and lead guitarist and the band broke up. Beginning senior year as well, Micah began primatively recording songs he wrote on his home computer. It was April 20th (420) 2009, when he first met Vrate Gill. They would occasionally jam together but had no idea how the future would bind them together.

It wasn’t till the summer of 2011 that he met Jesse Poltrock and Nate Walton and formed “Stone Thrown,” which was originally named “Ethanotis.”

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