- Lisa Ann Jolie - Singer/Piano
- Jerry Denton - Drummer
- J. Maddox - Guitar/Bass
Lisa Armstrong started playing piano at the ripe old age of 20...yes, that is correct, TWENTY! Spending her entire youth fascinated by the piano but having parents who could not afford piano lessons, she made due with the occasional sneak playing of friends ivories or playing the monster piano in the school music room. Often, people would assume she already knew how to play because she had an excellent ear for the instrument and could write music from a very early age. However, it was not until she turned 20 and her boyfriend, at the time, brought his piano into their apartment and started encouraging her to write music and perform....... Singing from a very early age, and engaging herself in choirs and voice lessons, produced the ability to structurize her voice, which is actually trained for the stage. But as she says, "It is kind of hard getting your peers to love "The Sound of Music" over what is popular in the music world today," so she took her training and began singing in a more radio-friendly way and performed in Bloomington, IN for a very short time in 1996as "Emmy's Ichor". Coming into 2000, and finally owning her own keyboard, Lisa reflected on the now-history boyfriend, and the fact she was now a mother and a wife, and began writing very personal songs, some of which was influenced by her American Indian heritage.....some of this early work has still not been heard by anyone other than her husband and close friends, and may resurface when the time is right.......In 2002, she began a short-lived band effort with guitar player, Steve Dickson, of the band signal and Mitch, the drummer from Schwa, and as a trio they began "Sun Brothers". Learning a lot from the seasoned musicians she was playing with, she got her first taste of real band experience and recording studio work. After that band seperated, she basically became mom and wife again for a few years until finally, after MUCH pleading from friends, and family, she decided to full on pursue the world of performance. With her beloved Korg she began writing songs with the hope of being a solo artist but secretly longing for a band. Enter Wes Mullvain, bass player, and friend, whom Lisa knew since around 2000, through mutual friends. Wes, really enjoyed Lisa's piano playing and was looking to get involved in something unique for the Northern Indiana area and took the opputunity, in September 2005, to join Lisa on a weird but enticing ride and they started Enduring Jolie, however, Wes left the band in March of 2006 and now J. Maddox, of the band Escobar, joined the band in March 2007.