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Housewife From Hell



Wildflowers is Elly Wininger and Susan Cohen, two multi-talented singer-songwriters. For their CD, "Housewife From Hell" they teamed up with producer Steve Burgh (Steve Forbert, Phoebe Snow, Steve Goodman) and top notch musicians to create a tasty, easy-going sound rooted in country, rock, and folk. Captivating harmonies, choice lyrics, sparkling guitars, and liquid flute lines complement the duo's strong, unique voices. The title cut has gotten significant airplay on college and commercial radio stations to positive listener response. With Steve Burgh on dobro, mandolin, and guitar, Charlie Giordano on keyboards, Jon Sholle on guitar, Barry Lazarowitz on drums, Larry Packer on violin, and Tom Freund on bass.

Susan Cohen:
Susan has played extensively in the New York metro-area performing country, rock-oldies and folk music in clubs, bars and coffee houses for more years than she cares to admit. After studying classical flute and piano, Susan took up guitar to accompany her unusual voice, paying her way through college by teaching music and playing with a local bluegrass band. Despite her college degree, Susan worked with Al Aronowitz to produce the Country in New York concert series and also opened for Buck Owens and Merle Haggard. Throughout all this Susan's creative song writing side was gaining more and more steam and what started out as a trickle of interesting songs has burgeoned into a flood of fine music. She is a regular performer on the radio show �Positively Dylan� and co-hosts acoustic jam sessions on Long Island.

Elly Wininger
Elly is a veteran of the NYC club scene where she was among the first acts to grace the stage at CBGB. In addition to her solo act, Elly has sung with many singers including Maria Muldaur and Tanya Tucker. A classically trained musician, Elly cleverly developed an acute wrist ailment that forced her to give up violin lessons. By some miracle of fate, her wrist was fine when she played guitar! Elly currently performs extensively in the Hudson Valley and hosts a monthly Songwriter�s Performance Series at The Arts Society of Kingston. Elly is also a composer and a producer. Her series of music documentaries called �Rockin� the Boat� won several awards, including one from the United Nations, and can be heard on Catskill Community Radio where she hosts a live Webcast variety show. Her 2007 release "Back Eddy Blues is receiving significant airplay in the US and overseas.