Shoebox Letters is an Americana band based out of the Pacific Northwest. Shoebox Letters has been releasing independent music since 2009. Co-Founder and songwriter Dennis Winslow has placed several songs in movies and television including in the Academy Award animated film Paranorman and the Palm d'Or winning Blues is the Warmest Color.
David Stricker lent his bass chops to Portland Music Hall Of Fame legends Billy Rancher And The Unreal Gods. He co-founded Kung-Fu Bakery Recording Studio, where diverse artists such as The Decemberists, Pink Martini, and Everclear have recorded. A nationally recognized commercial music writer for brands such as Nike, Four Seasons Hotel, Coco-Cola, Dave recently has shifted focus to recording his debut album, “Sun Is Out,” to be released in June, 2018. Dave continues to remain a longtime collaborator with Dennis Winslow, inspired by Shoebox Letter’s evolving sound and pace.
Greg Paul is a multi-instrumentalist/songwriter, audio engineer and producer who has composed music for television, film and stage. He is both a PAMPTA and Silver Microphone Award recipient for excellence in composition. In addition to two critically
acclaimed, self- released recordings, his credits include stints as lead guitarist with both Yep Roc Recording Artist Amy Farris (Dave Alvin, Alejandro Escovedo, Brian Wilson)and 80ʻs Alternative Rock Icon, Deborah Iyall (Romeo Void, NVR say NVR). As a songwriter, Greg gained the ear and subsequent representation by the legendary George N. Stein, NYC. He currently plays acoustic, electric and pedal steel guitars with the Jennifer Smieja Band and with Dennis Winslowʼs Americana outfit, Shoebox Letters.
Dennis Winslow, Dave Stricker, Greg Paul, and Stephanie Cox
Jason Isbell, Steve Earle, Sheryl Crow, Tom Petty
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