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21 April 1973 |
Fort Stewart, Georgia, United States
Aaron Weistrop (born 21 April 1973) is an American guitarist and composer based out of Chicago.
Weistrop was born in Fort Stewart, Georgia, and was raised in Shorewood, Wisconsin. He is the grandson of Ernest Kurnow. In high school he formed the rock band Skwid Bait. He graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in 1995.
Weistrop has played coast to coast, at venues such as the Mint in Los Angeles, Schubas, The Jazz Showcase in Chicago, Jazz Estate in Milwaukee, Douglas Corner in Nashville, Johnny D's near Boston, The Knitting Factory in New York. Aaron has performed on, produced, and written music that has been played on radio stations nationally and internationally. Hanukkah Blues, co-written with Ted Wulfers, was chosen for 93XRT's on-air feature 'Hear First' as a way of introducing Wulfers as a "promising new artist." Some artists chosen in the weeks following and preceding were The Cribs, The XX, and The Bravery.
- 2007: Happy Butterfly Foot Beware the Foot Volume I (Happy Butterfly Foot)
- 1999: Silent Films (Vibratop Music)
- 1997: Aaron Weistrop with Spazztet Beautiful Impatience (Vibratop)
- 2010: Ted Wulfers What Would Santa Do? (Patchdog)
- 2009: Michael Carlos Damage and Remainder (Seabeck)
- 2008: Melanie Devaney Happy Lucky Lost & Free (Melanie Devaney)
- 2004: Ted Wulfers Cheap Liquor (Patchdog)
- 2004: Michael Carlos Yesterdays Icons (Seabeck)
- 2003: Tautologic Basement Sessions, Vol. 1 (Turtle Down)
- 1999: Justin Kramer with Spazztet Headin' Out! (Kramer)
- 1998: Ripley Caine Thrift Store Sweater (Emphasis Entertainment)
- 1997: Rob Paravonian Playing for Drunks
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