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With a classic touch like James Morrison, the folky heart of Ray LaMontagne, and a unique melodic adventurousness, the George Woods Band creates their own signature style of Folk-Funk. Their effervescent lyrics and lighthearted indie folk sounds shine through on the new full-length studio album, "Heartbeat" which dropped November 2012 in Boston, MA and online.

In December/January of 2013, the George Woods Band and Choreographer Jennifer Kuhnberg teamed up to raise over $6000 to turn Heartbeat into what they are calling "Heartbeat: A Modern Dance Rock Concert" featuring the full band and a cast of 12 dancers. The show had its debut performance at the Oberon Theatre in March 2013, and since has been invited back for 2 additional runs, drawing in hundreds of people for each performance. The show is on it's way to becoming a staple must see performance of Boston.

The "Heartbeat" album features thirteen interwoven tracks, each blending classic grooves with stellar songwriting to guide the listener through a storybook summer soundtrack. The record aims to be relatable, and keep you moving with lush string arrangements, heart felt lyrics, and solid grooving rhythms. Some highlights are tracks like the laughable danceable "Stock In The Stars, or the gospel inspired powerhouse "Marry Me."

The George Woods Band project began after the dissolution of George's former group Birds In The Woods, a Boston based band that won the 2008 Boston Music Festival, received radio spins at home and abroad, and saw placement in national publications such as Relix Magazine. The bands first EP, "Technicolor Costs Too Much,"" released in Summer 2011, was self produced in a makeshift bedroom studio, and put together by hand with a one of a kind packaging. The record was well received by audiences across the northeast and online.

With a tongue in cheek audience rapport, and an energetic stage presence, the GWB's live performances attract wide spread audiences from across Massachusetts. After recording "Heartbeat" at Phase 1 Studios in New York City this past spring, and sharpening their funky sound, the band is gearing up for more regional touring aiming toward introducing their folk-funk sound to all.

With a tight and engaging live show, stellar songwriting, and a personalized but lovable sound, the George Woods Bands' new record "Heartbeat" is sure to capture the hearts and ears of music fans across the country.