Brett Winters


Friday, May 22 at 8:00 PM CDT


Brett is a singer-songwriter based in Northern Wisconsin who's genre is best described as "old soul folk." His performance on May 22nd is in celebration of the release of his first full-length album on the same day. He will be telling stories, singing songs, and serenading you with his enchanting crooning voice and whimsical yet deep lyrics. The show will be followed by a full album listening party which will be live-streamed on Art Fest Online's YouTube channel.

The Musician

Brett Winters is a singer-songwriter based in Northern Wisconsin. Inspired to write songs in late 2014 after a friend's passing, he has spent the past five years quietly building his craft in the isolating, frigid winters of the Northwoods. Winters' genre is best described as "old soul folk," blending classic folk from the likes of Paul Simon and Gordon Lightfoot with the darker, more experimental nature of artists like Ben Howard, Gregory Alan Isakov, Radiohead, and Sigur Rós. His multi-layered lyrics are whimsical but deep, seeded with personal insights on human connection, dignity, and healing.

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