Elly Wininger Previews "Nobody's Fault But Mine" Live Stream

Green Kill Live Stream presents Elly Wininger on Tuesday, January 19 at 8 PM on Youtube.

Green Kill Live Stream presents Elly Wininger on Tuesday, January 19 at 8 PM on Youtube. Elly will be joined by Lou Pappas and will be previewing her upcoming Adelphi Records release "Nobody's Fault But Mine."


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Elly Wininger

Inducted into the NY Blues Hall of Fame in 2014 and signed to Adelphi Records in 2019,  Elly Wininger's album "Little Red Wagon" was #8 on the Folk Music DJ Chart for January 2018 and in the top 100 for the year.  She is known for her engaging performances and her accomplished finger style guitar playing.  She has won numerous awards for her songwriting as well. Having played historic NYC venues in the 70s and 80s, Elly now tours nationally. Elly is also a producer, educator, and  host of  the live and podcast variety show: "Catskill Cabaradio."  Elly produced "Rockin' the Boat,"  a series of music documentaries for Public Radio which won several awards including one from the United Nations.

Lou Pappas

Lou Pappas’ career encompasses both Jazz and Classical music. Originally from Colorado, his first classical performing experience came with the Colorado Springs Symphony, at the same time working with visiting jazz and popular artists such as Jay McShann, Tom Scott, composer Patrick Williams and Phil Urso.  After three years with the Oklahoma City Symphony Orchestra, he moved to New York to accept the position as bassist with the United States Military Academy Band at West Point.  As a member of the “Jazz Knights”, he has performed at jazz festivals in New York City, Atlanta, Denver and Seattle, with guest artists including Byron Stripling, Claire Fischer, Randy Brecker, James Williams and fellow bassist John Clayton.  He is also a member of the Greater Newburgh Symphony, the Bergen Philharmonic in Teaneck, NJ, and has played with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic , Woodstock Chamber Orchestra, Westchester Philharmonic and the Chappaqua Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Pappas is presently the Adjunct Artist Instructor of Double Bass at Vassar College.