Winslow Stillman - Guitar


Winslow Stillman grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia and is a self-taught guitarist who first picked up the ukulele at age nine. Throughout high school and college he played in rock and blues bands. He was an English major at Duke University and after graduation went on the road with the 9-piece funk band – Bite, Chew and Spit, traveling the Chitlin’ Circuit throughout the South and opening for The OJs and The Temptations, among others.

He eventually moved to Nashville, Tennessee and started a successful production company working in the studio with some of Nashville’s best players for clients around the country. Winslow worked with artists such as Dobie Gray, Burl Ives, Kathy Mattea, Bela Flek, Jimmy Hall, and Pam Tillis on a variety of jingle and theme projects. He wrote and produced themes for Proctor & Gamble, AMC Theaters, numerous retailers and dealerships, television stations, as well as major universities (e.g., Duke, UNC, Clemson, Indiana, University of Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Arizona State, and Memphis State).

While in Nashville, he started three syndicated radio programs: NASCAR Country, The Road (both nominated by Billboard Magazine as National Syndicated Program of the Year) and Thunder Road, which were subsequently sold to Dick Clark’s radio company in New York. Winslow has been playing jazz and big band music for the last eight years and performs regularly around the Triangle in a variety of ensembles.

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