Lilly Winwood, daughter of classic rock legend Steve Winwood, chronicles her journey through earnest coming-of-age narratives on her debut EP, Silver Stage. With a sound that—much like her father’s work—offers an English take on traditional American roots music, and backed by Nashville-via-Australia producer Joshua Barber (Gotye, Archie Roach), the songs on Silver Stage blend world-weary vocals, ethereal twang, and no-nonsense bravado to create an EP that establishes Winwood as a writer that’s wise beyond her years.
It’s no surprise that Lilly sounds at home on Silver Stage, considering she’s played music for most of her life. Shortly after she began touring at age sixteen, she recorded a duet of “Higher Love” with her dad for a 2016 Hershey’s commercial, which Adweek lauded as “a true anthem spot.” In 2017, Lilly hit the road as the support act for Steve Winwood’s Spring Tour.
Hailing from Nashville, Chris Monteverde was awarded CMA of Texas Rising Star for 2015, Best Americana Act at the Roswell Film and Music Festival in May 2017, and CMA of Texas Album of the Year 2017. He has been writing and playing music since age 13, and has performed widely with bands including Jabberwalkie, Lies A Bloom, and Navasota, which was the last band to be signed to ABC Dunhill records (Lou Adler) in late 1974 and produced their first album with the three-time Grammy Award-winning Gary Katz, who produced the likes of Steely Dan, Chaka Kahn and Joe Cocker.
Saturday, June 15 at 8:00pm to 11:00pm
13 Main Street, Winters, CA 95694
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