LadyCat of the Unusual Suspects is Mountain Cat Media owner Sandra C. Greenberg, (who goes by Cat.) She is a writer, singer-songwriter and founding member of the St.Louis, MO filk band The Unusual Suspects. She and her late husband, Bari, wrote many of the songs on the two albums featured on this page: the band’s 2012 debut CD, Accidental Filk Band, and Cat and Bari’s 2013 duet CD, Romancing the Filk. As a fiction writer, she’s appeared in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, the DAW anthologies Sword & Sorceress 11 and Four Moons of Darkover, (under her former name Sandra C. Morrese) and in Sword & Sorceress 29 with a story co-authored with Bari. In addition she spent 14 years as the advertising director for the SFWA Bulletin. She lives in St. Louis with her and Bari’s 1 year old son, Aidan.
Barigato of The Unusual Suspects was founding member Bari Greenberg, husband to Cat Greenberg and also Mountain Cat Media’s co-founder. Bari referred to himself as an engineer by trade but a Bard at heart. A John Denver fan, these songs became signature pieces for him at open mics and filk circles alike. He became more involved in filking in May of 2009 when he hosted the first St. Louis area House Filk in honor of his late wife, Kim.In 2010, Gary Hanak asked him to help with filk programming, which brought him more into contact with Cat. Their friendship deepened and they discovered a shared passion for song writing. They married in March of 2012. They formed Mountain Cat Media that same year and the studio produced the group’s debut album Accidental Filk Band. The following year the couple produced a duet album called Romancing the Filk, which celebrated their love for each other. Both CDs are available further down this page. Music was Bari’s first love and continued to be a source of joy for him throughout his life. He will live on through the songs he wrote, the joy he gave others and his son, Aidan. He is deeply missed and will never, ever be forgotten.