Comfort Music presents:
Eli Winter/Will Csorba/Evan Morgan
About the artists:
Eli Winter is a songwriter and guitarist from Houston attending
the University of Chicago. Since releasing his first single Take No
Notice/Woodlawn Waltz on Impossible Colors last year, he's wowed
musicians and audiences alike on all manner of guitars, most recently
opening for Ryley Walker on his 21st birthday. His first full-length
record, The Time To Come, will be released on Blue Hole Recordings
later this year, featuring rollicking 6-string jaunts, sweeping
12-string epics and a healthy serving of improvisation.
Will Csorba has released five records already since last August.
The Cornfields saw a triumphant return to his stunning solo guitar
compositions. Irrelephant evoked the likes of Pelt with its sprawling
harmonium and fiddle drones. On Who's Been Giving You Corn?, he
entered into conversation for the first time with flatpicker Cameron
Knowler in a collection of fresh takes on oldtime staples. Csorba and
Knowler have since gone on to form the Fossil Lickers, variously
featuring fiddlers James Trimble and Mark Lewis, guitarist Evan
Morgan, and multi-instrumentalist Sage Lyford. The group will bring
their ever-expanding repertoire of traditional and original tunes,
with maybe a couple solo pieces from Csorba.
Evan Morgan is a guitarist and filmmaker from Houston, TX currently living in Durham, NC. His playing draws equally from improvisers like Tashi Dorji and Bill Orcutt, contemporary AP pickers like Daniel Bachman and Sarah Louise, and his periodic involvement with Houston old-time group the Fossil Lickers. It is also heavily informed by his growing interest in the overlap between music and avant-garde film, particularly with regard to approaches to composition and editing. He recently released prepared guitar work on a split cassette with Falter Father out on Spare No Expanse and his debut solo guitar record "Between the World and Small Things" will be released on Blue Hole Recordings this summer.
Comfort Music, every Thursday
Doors open at 7 pm, show starts promptly at 7:30 pm
No cover (donations encouraged and appreciated!)
**No Alcohol is permitted at Comfort Station**