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Scott Wooldridge

by Scott Wooldridge

Veteran songwriter explores a new sound featuring pedal steel, mandolin, and acoustic instruments.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. If You Don't Keep Running You Fall Behind
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2. One Word Away
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3. Michele, Michele
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4. Winter's Walk
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5. The Millennial
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6. Highway 31 Revisited
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7. Something to Say
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8. Hard to Go Quietly
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9. Give It to the River
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10. Had Enough Trouble
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11. My Beautiful Dreamer
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12. Lucky Soul
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Scott Wooldridge’s new solo album mixes one part music scene veteran, one part acoustic chamber-rock, a wink to Faces-era rowdiness, and adds a generous helping of social commentary to create a work that’s both seasoned and fresh.
Scott left Milwaukee more than a decade ago after fronting the early alt-country act the Wooldridge Brothers. Now part of the Minneapolis music scene, he’s developed a new sound, one that features mostly acoustic instruments and Scott’s distinctive, well-worn vocals.
“I wanted something different from the traditional rock band approach, but I also wanted to feature more than just an acoustic guitar” Scott said. “I was looking for just the right mix of rhythm and melody, while staying true to a wood-and-wire ethic.”
The new album reflects that experimentation, using a range of instruments that includes violin, viola, harmonium, mandolin, and pedal steel guitar. Lyrically, the songs tell stories of middle-class meltdowns, coffee shop (dis)connections, and getting tangled up in social networks.
Currently planning a multi-city tour to support the album, Scott is also still active with the Wooldridge Brothers. Both acts did a joint Kickstarter project to finish off their respective album projects, and the WBs album, plus a joint vinyl single, is expected later in 2015.

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