Country, Folk, Blues, Rock'n'Roll, Variety
Solo Performer, Singer, Songwriter / Composer
P.O. Box 164
CD Woods has been in the music industry for over 25 years. His performances have led him all over the United States and Canada singing songs of true-to-life experiences. CD Woods' new album Over Again has been in the works since 1997, when he released his Turn of the Keys debut that scored high on the European Country Music Association charts a couple of years ago.
With each successive project, the long time Colorado resident has shown a lyrical style that fits neatly into mainstream country radio and captures the moments of every day life. From the Turn of the Keys project, he has written hit songs like Starlight, Starbright that evoke deep emotion using lyrics that barely allow you to hold back a tear. Whimsical melodies such as Honey Do tells a story of the average guy going home to the honey-do list that his wife made up for the weekend.
Over Again combines the artist's passion for thoughtful lyrics and soothing melodies using guitar, mandolin and fiddle. You won't find drums on this project, but the melodies carry themselves with driving vocals with outstanding harmonies intermixed. You are immediately greeted with the warmth of Woods voice in a heartfelt song with the lead off of All I Promise You.
Then calypso into Bailing the Boat and Borderline Day, two songs with a Jimmy Buffet style sound that will make you forget about any problems of the day. The title trac Over Again is a classic about a cowboy with a positive attitude lyric that sound like the Sons of the Pioneers are in your living room singing lyrics like Over again, I'll take it on the chin - lovin' the life I lead. This well-rounded project will give you a soothing, elegant connection between the country and folk sound of CD Woods.
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Woody has a store, High Country Store, 243 Washington St, Monument CO, 719-481-3477. He sells CDs by local artists, wine making supplies, garden plants and accessories, and feed & grain. Woody writes a gardening column for the local paper.
In addition, Woody runs the Summer concert series in Limbach park, Monument, Colorado.