Indie / Progressive Rock / Rock/Jazz/Blues/Fusion
everybody, it's been a while. I'm in the "relief" phase of healing from
the spinal fusion surgery and I think it's gonna be ok. Will see the doc on Monday,
May 6th and I think the shoulder harnesses are gonna come off, just leaving the
back brace. There will be a Benefit/Tribute for yours truly June 30th in Indy, click
the link to see the details: Benefit/Tribute for Loren "Lo" Woods I can't
thank you enough for all of your support, friendship and it's amazing to see the
level of giving and care that people have. Just when I think humanity and giving
are a thing of the past and I start to lose hope, something like this will happen
and my belief is restored. I believe the last two songs I recorded before this happened
will be included in the newsletter; "Headback" and "Nitro."
Give them an ear and as always . . .
Keep the faith,
"I Love your Song Headback. I have been listening to it. I love the lyrics &
your playing is just pure Energy.You feel it. Glad I discovered your music!" Trice
Jacobs, Fellow Artist
"You, Lo Woods are the guitarist
that I wanted to become and would have had I not gotten sick, we are kindred spirits
and souls connected. Had I met you six months earlier, you definitely would've been
on my record."
Larry "Rhino" Reinhardt (July 7, 1948 January 2, 2012)
Note: If not for Rhino in the early 70s, especially Butterfly Bleu and the Iron Butterfly
"Metamorphosis" record, Loren 'Lo' Woods would not have ended up being the guitarist
he is . . . period! I finally met him and we became best of friends, which is Gods
gift to me. I miss you Larry, you are and will always be a legend!!! Larry
"Rhino" Reinhardt, Personal Quote Shared with You
"I found a great
guitar player out of Indiana named Loren Woods. We've been rehearsing with several
people in the last six months, and I think the final lineup is at hand. I would
like to establish this as a concert band first."
*Bobby Caldwell; Living Legend, Drummer, songwriter for Johnny Winter, Rick Derringer,
Captain Beyond, Armageddon and many more* Jonathan Mover, Drumhead Magazine