Singer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Songwriter, Producer, Recording Engineer and owner of Pacific Northwest Records.

A lifelong musician, Woody started playing drums onstage with his musical family at age 8. Woody later attended Crane School of Music in upstate NY and has performed all over the US (inc. Alaska and Hawaii) and Canada.

Woody has played a wide range of music from folk to jazz and most things in between (Rock, Bluegrass, Blues, Country, you name it).

Go to the bottom of this page for videos and song samples.

Woody's Schedule

Saturday, September 7, 2019, 7-9pm - Private Party - Eagle Creek, OR - with Fiddleschtix

Saturday, September 14, 2019, 11:30-3:00pm - The Gresham Saturday Market - Gresham, OR - Crooked Corner Band

Saturday, September 14, 2019, 7-9pm - Private Party - Portland, OR - with Fiddleschtix

Saturday, September 21, 2019, 7-9pm - The Smoky Hearth - Sandy, OR - with Fiddleschtix

Saturday, September 22, 2019, 3-5pm - Shriners Picnic - Camas, WA - with Fiddleschtix

Saturday, September 28, 2019, 6-9pm - The Hoppy Brewer - Gresham, OR - North of Nowhere Duo

More to come.... Check back often!

Here are a couple of vids to check out

Woody is playing acoustic/electric bass, singing one of the verses and harmony throughout on this Adele song:

This is a blues band from Portland Maine... Woody was just filling in for the weekend on Upright Bass:

This is the only known video of Woody playing his Fender Jazz bass. It was a traveling show band... many (MANY!) moons ago in Seaside, Oregon:

Some songs featuring Woody

  • Woody Woods - Look For Love - written and performed by Woody Woods

  • Back Woods Road - Kryptonite - Woody on lead vocals and acoustic/electric bass on this acoustic cover of a 3 Doors Down song

  • Mosey Bros - Cheyenne (written by Bartlett & Woods)- All voices and instruments except lead guitar and lead vocals by Woody

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