1354 West Wabansia Ave, Chicago, IL 60642 | 773.227.4433

Wendy Eisenberg with Eli Winter

Ages 21 and up
Tuesday, May 07, 2024
Show: 8:30pm // Doors: 8pm
$15
Wendy Eisenberg
Wendy Eisenberg is an improviser and songwriter who uses guitar, pedals, the tenor banjo, the computer, the synthesizer and the voice. Their work spans genres, from jazz to noise to avant-rock to delicate songs; their performances span venues, from international festivals to intimate basements. Though often working solo as both a songwriter and improviser, with acclaimed releases on Tzadik, Ba Da Bing, VDSQ, Out of your Head, and Dear Life. They also perform in the rock band Editrix, and in endless other combinations of their heroes and peers including Allison Miller, Carla Kihlstedt, John Zorn, Billy Martin, and Caroline Davis. They also write about music and other things, with published essays on music in Sound American, Arcana, and the Contemporary Music Review. 

Eli Winter

A self-taught guitarist and native Houstonian, Eli Winter (b.1997) has been praised as a “generational talent” (NYCTaper) for his instrumental music, which has received praise from outlets like Pitchfork, The Guardian, Stereogum, and NPR. Across five LPs and counting for Three Lobed, American Dreams and Worried Songs, Winter’s music maintains a waggish disregard for genre constraints emblematic of Chicago, his adopted hometown. Performing solo, as a duo partner, or as a bandleader, Winter’s concert history spans prestigious music festivals, pristine listening rooms, laundromat bars and small rooms in shotgun houses. He’s collaborated with artists like Yasmin Williams, jaimie branch, Mike Watt, Ryley Walker, Cameron Knowler, Tyler Damon, David Grubbs, Jordan Reyes, Asher White; and shared bills with artists like Steve Gunn, Quadeca, Amanda Pascali, Fennesz, Thalia Zedek, Eileen Myles. He received the David Blair McLaughlin Prize in Nonfiction from the University of Chicago. His essays and criticism have been published in The Economist, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Texas Highways, the Brooklyn Rail; and he’s often written liner notes for the American Dreams label. He was a 2024 Ox-Bow Resident and 2022 Ragdale Resident, and is a 2021 Luminarts Fellow in Creative Writing.



· 21+

· Door staff will check ID.
· Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
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