Woodwork Roadshow
Woodwork Roadshow From the beginning of their collaboration in 2005, the Woodwork Roadshow established itself as a clever and talented band that offered a fresh and agressive approach to time-honored music such as traditional bluegrass, old-time, roots, blues, and rock. The Roadshow delivers originality in their sound and promises to create an exhilarating musical experience for audiences every time they take to the stage. People from a wide variety of backgrounds are sure to find The Woodwork Roadshow extremely entertaining. Within their first year as a band, The Woodwork Roadshow found themselves opening for acts such as Sam Bush, Brooks and Dunn, Big and Rich, Moonshine Still, Benevento-Russo Duo, Barefoot Manner, The Codetalkers featuring Colonel Bruce Hampton, Larry Keel and Natural Bridge, and Robert Earl Keen as well as playing festivals over the summer with great artist like Donna the Buffalo, The Avett Brothers, Nickel Creek, and Tift Merritt. From 2006 to 2008, John, Harris, and Jones have been exploring other avenues of their personal development of musical ability and stage presentation as well as writing separately and collaboratively. The group has remained close while not performing together and have decided that, though they found some success in their separate ventures, their commitment to each other and the music that they have created is where they wish to focus their efforts. In early May of 2008, the boys will be heading into the studio in Nashville, TN to begin work on their much anticipated second release. This album is certain to please anxious fans through variety and a very deliberate form of songwriting. To put it simply, The Woodwork Roadshow boys know what they want and they're taking steps to get it. Stay tuned for that release at the beginning of June!