Winston Gieseke

Hailed by The Front Page Online as “the father of a magnificent voice,” writer-vocalist-aspiring circus freak Winston Gieseke’s musical journey began at a young age when he joined a touring…

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About Winston Gieseke…

Hailed by The Front Page Online as “the father of a magnificent voice,” writer-vocalist-aspiring circus freak Winston Gieseke’s musical journey began at a young age when he joined a touring boys choir to escape the banality of a healthy, cornfed Midwestern existence. A degree in screenwriting led to various gigs in television (penning scripts for shows like Wildfire, Hollywood Off-Ramp, and the made-for-cable movie Romantic Comedy 101), including his professional singing debut crooning “This Little Light of Mine” on a grisly episode of Millennium, Fox’s X-Files spin-off.

His outrageous one-man musical extravaganzas have wowed audiences in Los Angeles for nearly a decade, and he has performed the National Anthem at several L.A. Dodgers games.

In between musical performances, Winston has written informative articles for a green lifestyle website as well various magazines, including BPM, Unzipped, and The Advocate.

On The Edge

Album art for On The EdgeOld-school cabaret with a modern sensibility, On The Edge is a delicious cocktail of classic standards and contemporary pop that’s been shaken vigorously and served…