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Glory Bound

by The Wooks

Sitting firmly on a bluegrass and roots music foundation the sophomore project from the Kentucky-based band also embraces the clear influence that rock ‘n’ roll, jam, and singer-songwriter music have had on the group.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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If I were asked to name a single group of modern musicians that embodies the spirit of the music that shares namesake of my home state, the Bluegrass State, it would be the Wooks. These guys share a common understanding of where Bluegrass music came from, where it has been, and where it seems to be heading. They are not afraid to mix in flavors of music that we all grew up listening to and loving and adapting it to the traditional elements of the genre to create something new and exciting much like David Grisman, Tony Rice, Sam Bush, Jerry Garcia and the rest of the folks that pushed the boundaries of Bluegrass in the 1970’s and 80’s.

During the early winter months of 2017, I drove from Nashville to see the Wooks play a club in Richmond, KY. I had met a few of the guys before but hadn’t had the chance to see an actual show. I was blown away by the live show and the energy the guys had on stage. I left that show a new fan. About a year later they contacted me about producing their next record, I knew I wanted to capture that same energy on the project. My job was simple enough; just stay out of the way and let their musicianship shine. I think that is what we were able to capture here. I hope you enjoy this record as much as I enjoyed making it with these fine fellers.

- J.T. Cure

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