Tony Holt was also born and raised in Milan, Indiana. Tony started playing guitar and singing, while barely in his teens and learning traditional country songs from favorites like Merle Haggard and George Jones. He grew up watching his dad, Aubrey Holt, playing and singing his original bluegrass songs with The Boys From Indiana, a bluegrass group he helped form in 1974. In 1993, Tony joined his dad, playing bass as a member of the Boys From Indiana. He stayed onboard until their disbanding, in 1995.

It was then Tony started his own band, The Wildwood Valley Boys, and began touring all around the country and parts of Canada. He played many of the Boys From Indiana classics, as well as some old country classics and some new songs he and his father, Aubrey wrote. Aubrey even joined Tony's Wildwood Valley Boys, in 2005, and continued touring until health problems forced him to retire, in 2014.

Tony continued touring with his Wildwood Valley Boys, through the end of 2016. He now joins forces with Feller and Hill and brings his love of traditional bluegrass, country, and gospel music, along with his smooth lead and harmony vocals and expert songwriting abilities to the group.

Tony lives on a farm, in Milan, Indiana, with his wife Jackie, daughter Rachel, and son Levi, where they raise and care for farm animals, when not traveling the roads.