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Genre: Country: Country Rock
Release Date: 2002
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Out With The Old

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Record Label: Barracuda

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Album NotesBrent Woodall has been singing since he was 3, he's finally GOT IT! In the tradition of Little Feat, CSNY and Restless Heart with some Memphis Soul thrown in. POWERFUL and SCHWEET! A REAL SINGER. One can actually understand the lyrics! His roots are in soul, rock and roll and country. He weaves these together in a tapestry of fun; you can feel it in the music!

Brent and his band have opened for many major artists in recent years including:

Sawyer Brown, (3) Montgomery Gentry (2), Trace Adkins, LoneStar, (2) The Kinleys, The Wilkinsons, Jo Dee Messina, Riccocet (3) Phil Vassar, Linda Davis, Lee Greenwood, (2) Chad Brock, Diamond Rio, Kevin Sharp, (2) Doug Stone, Anita Cochran, Gene Watson, Dan Akroyd, Neal McCoy, Chely Wright, to name a few.

Major Venue Appearances: Farm Aid 2000 / Nissan Pavillion, Bristow, VA, Rocky Gap Festival, Cumberland, MD, Pagent of Peace / The White House, Washington, DC 1998, 1999, 2000 Belle Chere Festival / Ashville, NC. Springfest and Sunfest Ocean City, MD 1999,2000,2001,2002 Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree/WSM Radio, Nashville, TN, 35th Annual International Fan Club Organization Fun Fest at the Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN with 13 other national artists including John Berry, Ty Herndon, Jamie O'Neal, Tommy Shane Steiner, Linda Davis, Billy Hoffman, Joe and Tony Stampley, Andy Griggs and Gary Morris, David Ball, Clarke Family Experience and Jeff Carson. Go to for more on the show. A photo of Brent with Billy Hoffman, Joe Stampley and Ty Herndon appears in the July - August edition of CMA's CLOSE UP magazine at the Ryman rehearsal. A review of the show in Country Weekly (July 2002) noted that "The people on the show can really, really sing and need no enhancement, electronic or otherwise"

Brent's projects Include Cabin Fever Cd / 1997 (self Produced), On the Edge/ 1999 Larry Butler, Producer. Out With The Old/ 2001 Joe Bob Barnhill, producer

Out With The Old (title cut) was penned by Sawyer Brown Founder and lead vocalist Mark A. Miller. Mark also gave Brent "Honestly" for the project, a beautiful ballad. Other prolific contributors are Steve Wariner, Wayne Perry, Joe Barnhill, Van Morrison and originals by Woodall and the band. A review of the project by Mind candy Music magazine stated that Van Morrison's Bright Side of the Road sounds as if it were written for Brent Woodall's voice! This is not a "one hit CD" It rocks, it purrs, it never gets boring and it has such depth and emotion. Not a bad cut on the project. The single "Who Cares" was released nation-wide on CDX #292 with Toby Keith's "Courtesy of The Red White and Blue" so it has gotten the attention of program directors across the country and is currently in rotation in over 200 cities. Reknown critic, author and historian Robert K. Oermann gave "Who Cares" an HONORABLE MENTION in MUSIC ROW MAGAZINE July 2002. This is Woodall's second honorable mention from Mr. Oermann, who is known to be very tough! We'll take that!

Live the band shines! Melodic vocals, Tim Tanner's sweet PRS guitar work, Ken Johnson's rock-solid bass, Tramonte's Sweet keys, and Jay Bond's creative percussion. Talk about your evolution!
YOU NEED THIS CD! We need to make another! It's a win - win I tell YA
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Two new projects are underway. "It's All In Your Hands", new material. The title cut written by Thom Shepherd writer of (Riding With Private Mallone, Red Neck Yacht Club) and "On Top of the Covers", a compilation of cover songs that Brent has recorded over the years AND a new cover CD that contains songs Brent has always wanted to record. Look for them in the spring.

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wonderful voice & great music from the heart

author: G. Williams
This is a great CD with a lot of really good songs. Brent Woodall has a wonderful voice and some great music.Many really good songs on one CD
country at its best

author: T.Withrow
every song pulls you in deeper & deeper. from greats like "overnight male" to the wonderful "who cares". I would recommend this cd to anyone and everyone
Various - CD BABY REVIEWS (Sep 17, 2009)
Brent Woodall's version of Van Morrison's "BRIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD" sounds like it was witten for Woodall's voice"
Mind Candy Music Magazine
Country, rock 'n' roll blend just what Earth Angel had in mind!
Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
Contributing Writer

A little bit of country, a whole lot of rock 'n roll.

That's exactly what the Earth Angel Foundation planned when they staged their first Friday night country concert at the Fairfield County Fairground's Grandstands this past weekend.

Country music was alive and well in Fairfield County on Friday, as hardcore country fans wore cowboy hats, boots and danced and sang along with the high-energy performers at the Fairgrounds. There was an estimated 1,200 to 1,400 fans who enjoyed more than five hours of music when Aaron Tippin, Mark Chestnut and Joe Diffie brought the "Rocking Road House Tour" to town for a one-night performance. The two opening acts included Brent Woodall & Nathcez Trace and Category IV Band.

Backstage before the concert began 30 children and their families were treated to a special honor when they met country performers Aaron Tippin, Mark Chestnut, Joe Diffie and Brent Woodall. Excitement gave way to a bad case of nerves when the families were able to meet the performers, get personal autographed photographs and take photos with them.
For a brief moment children in wheelchairs and other disabilities no longer felt their physical limitations. They felt like everyone else who were in for a good night of country music.

"We're big country music fans," said Connie Schwiefert, whose daughter Kaci has cerebral palsy and epilepsy. "We were excited to go backstage before the show. We were excited to see Joe Diffie and we're big fans of his. We know Joe Diffie has a son who has Down Syndrome, so we know how he feels."

Chance Pinan, who is no stranger when it comes to meeting celebrities, waited his turn in line and talked about taking his dream vacation last year. Last year Chance was able to see Bob Barker when he visited "The Price is Right" Studio.

As well as the children and their families being excited about seeing the country performers, the entertainers were also thrilled to take a few moments to be with their fans. Mark Chestnut said he was excited to be there and be with the kids.

Aaron Tippin said he was glad to meet the kids and be a part of the Earth Angel Foundation. As a father of two boys, he's glad to be able to sing about family and his love for the country. Since the next day was Father's Day, he was going to perform his new single about his father called "He Believed."

Category IV Band started the concert with their hard rock sound. The band performed a special song "Earth Angel" for the foundation.

Brent Woodall, who started his career with some help from Charlie Daniels, thrilled the crowds with songs like "It's All In Your Hands," "I Don't Love You Like I Used Too" and the emotional, touching song "My Name Is Justin."

The real rocking began when Joe Diffie took center stage and sang his songs "So Help Me Girl", "Prop Me Up To The Jukebox (If I Die)", "John Deere Tractor" and "My Give A Damn's Busted." Mark Chestnut kept the pace up with songs like "Old Flames With New Names," "Bubba Shot The Jukebox," "Brother Jukebox" and "The Big D."

Then the big moment came that all the fans were waiting all night for when Aaron Tippin came out to sing "Ready To Rock (In A Country Way)" from his new CD "Here And Now." After a couple of rocking songs, he promised his fans there wouldn't be no mushy songs that night.

He rocked the crowds with songs like "Honky Tonk Superman," "You've Got To Stand For Something," "He Believed" and even put a bicycle together as he sang "Working Man Ph.D." While assembling the bike he joked it only took him three minutes to do it, "not bad for an old man," He donated the bicycle to Toys For Tots. For an encore, Tippin finished with "Where The Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Flies" and "Kiss This".

Neil Redd, president of the Earth Angel Foundation, said "I thought tonight's concert was fantastic. Everyone's enjoying it and it's getting everyone's attention." - [Cached Version]
Published on: 6/19/2007 Last Visited: 10/2/2007

Neil Redd, president of the Earth Angel Foundation, said "I thought tonight's concert was fantastic.
Neil Redd - Lancaster Gazette Ohio (Oct 2, 2007)