Winston Audio

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Winston Audio
Origin Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Genres Indie rock
Years active 2001–2010
Labels Favorite Gentlemen Recordings
Associated acts Manchester Orchestra
Audrye Sessions
Website Official Website
Members Daniel DeWitt
Past members Dan Gleason
Zach Brown
Shane Lenzen O'Connell
Gerren Fish
Randy Chester
Matt Hau
Matt Keef
Chris Turner
Benji Lee
Andy Lee
Michael Adkins

Winston Audio was an indie rock and grunge rock band based in Atlanta, Georgia, that formed in 2001 and has existed in several incarnations since its creation. The band is currently signed to Favorite Gentlemen Recordings and is on an indefinite hiatus.[1][2]


According to the band, Winston Audio "was formed in 2001, but the music they create today really began in 2006."[3] In 2006, the band released its first EP, Come On, Hibernate, but the band remained largely silent until 2009, when they released The Red Rhythm.[4] With the release of its first full-length album, Winston Audio has received generally favorable reviews, citing the band's unmistakable influences from 90's grunge rock.[5][6] Winston Audio's sound has been described as hard rock with Southern rock and blues undertones.[7][8]

Current Band members[edit]

  • Daniel DeWitt (Lead Vocals/Bass/Guitar)

Former members[edit]

  • Dan Gleason (-2010) (Guitar/Keys/Vocals)
  • Zach Brown (-2010) (Guitar)
  • Shane Lenzen-O'Connell (2007–2010) (Drums)
  • Gerren Fish (2001–2003) (Lead Vocals/Guitar)
  • Randy Chester (2001) (Bass)
  • Matt Hau (2001–2006) (Drums)
  • Matt Keef (2002–2005) (Guitar)
  • Chris Turner (2006–2007) (Guitar)
  • Benji Lee (2006–2007) (Drums)
  • Andy Lee (2007–2008) (Drums)
  • Michael Adkins (2003–2009) (Guitar)


Winston Audio completed its first national tour with Manchester Orchestra, Audrye Sessions, and Fun in Summer 2009.[9] In the fall of 2009, the band toured with Colour Revolt, UME and Meat Puppets.



  • 2009: The Red Rhythm[10]
  • 2006: Come on, Hibernate[11]


  • 2006: Come On, Hibernate EP[12]
  • 2004: The First Quarter EP


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