GEORGE WINSTON is one of the legendary pianists in America. He grew up in mainly Montana, but spent formative years in Mississippi, and Florida. Inspired by R&B, jazz, blues, and rock (especially the Doors) he started playing the organ in 1967. Switching to acoustic piano in 1971, he sold 15 million albums. His latest album, NIGHT, is a collection of songs recorded at five different studios.
CUTTER ELLIOTT has proven the doctors who said he would never walk, talk, or play guitar… very wrong. Born eight weeks premature and diagnosed with cerebral palsy, autism, and partly blind and deaf, his disabilities have turned into superpowers. He’s now using his gifts to help archive and preserve the traditional sounds of country music. His newest album is titled HEARTACHE WAITING TO HAPPEN