Larry O. Dean (Vocals & Guitars)
Larry O. Dean was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. In his early career as a journalist he worked with Academy Award-winning film maker, Michael Moore, was widely published in the alternative press, and also worked as a cartoonist.

In addition to writing, he is a singer and songwriter, working both solo as well as with several pop bands, including Post Office (whose 2001 album, Fables In Slang was produced by Chris Stamey), The Me Decade, and currently, The Injured Parties. After living in San Francisco for over a decade, and despite current rampant gentrification, he makes his home in Chicago.
Jimmy De Lauriea (Bass & Vocals)
If he had his druthers, Jimmy would have two 32-channel boards in his basement to arrange and orchestrate his compositions. A college music major, De Lauriea's a bass player by trade, picking up guitar and keyboard skills along the way.

Besides the Injured Parties, Jimmy has his hands in several other projects. He is currently producing the debut record for alt-country artist Angie Rush, and has recently started rehearsing with long-time collaborator Amelia Glass to perform in support of her latest record.
Mike Ebersohl (Drums & Vocals)
Born and raised in Murphysboro, a small town in southern Illinois, Mike was musically influenced by his mother Betty, who sang, played piano and accordion, and his father Elbert, who sang and played piano, mandolin, ukulele, electric guitar and pedal steel guitar.

Mike's a veteran of many groups, including Hickory Ridge, Earthshine, Medicine Wheel, Axis, Vision, Four on the Floor, Payton and The Peers, The Veil, The Yellowhammers, Double Wide, Mistreated, Honey Don’t, Chuck Cox and the Johnson Principle, The Nashvillains and Kurt Crandall and True Story.