“Guitar driven Americana solid as the rails under Railroad Money and as sweet as the Sweetheart Of The Prison Rodeo... The crossroads of blues, country, swing, and folk driven by forty years of playing in beer joints and other honky-tonks.” -CD Baby
Bob Woods by Gayle Gibson
Bob Woods started playing in 1971 with the Sacramento Western Swing band, Tokpela. A Western Swing Hall of Fame Inductee, he's shared the stage with The Surfaris, Tiny Moore, Bill Kirchen, Albert Lee, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, Billy Joe Shaver and many others. Woods has released seven original albums: Hillbilly Cadillac, The Night We Stole the Last Steam Engine, Don't Forget the Trains, Almost Live, Railroad Money, "This Town" and Bob Woods SWAMPBILLY.