Posted by cjmateer on Friday, May 18, 2012
I would like to share an exciting new interview that I have recently posted on my music blog, Uprooted Music Revue.
It's a Q and A with Singer-songwriter Woody Pines who has recently released his latest recording called You Gotta Roll.
Woody was a founding member of the Kitchen Syncopators, a legendary busking street jugband from Eugene, OR, that were one of the most exciting acts to emerge out of the West Coast folk scene in recent history.
Since the Kitchen Syncopators disbanded years ago, Woody Pines has been writing and recording albums and frequently performing for audiences everywhere, while co-founder of the band, Gill Landry, has gone on to join Old Crow Medicine Show while pursuing his own solo projects (Check out my recent career-spanning interview with Gill).
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