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Woven Green

Woven Green

Spiritual / folk-rock / world Sterling, VA  US

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About

Label: Independent

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Woven Green’s music is passion and poetry, metaphysics and metaphor, a balance of yin and yang; an artistic blend of classic rock, world and contemporary folk genres that play out to resolve on a unifying chord. The couple has a de...See Full Bio

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Members

Ashley Cash

Vocals

Jim Cash

Guitar

Press

““Last night at Jammin’ Java in Vienna VA, this band went to a new level. No, not strong enough words. They blasted up through the roof to a place where all performers desire to ascend. Ashley Cash’s voice was soaring, searing and powerful, as the band covered Led Zep’s “Kashmir”. With the Venezuelan powerhouse drummer Zujey D’Jesus pounding out the ‘Bonham beat’, and the electric violin of Rafael Javadov delivering the familiar riff that drives this piece, the band gave the audience the best cover of this song I have ever heard. The other cover chosen by the band (“Somebody to Love”) gave Ashley a chance to showcase her vocal skills in the role of Grace Slick. The remainder of their set featured originals written by Jim Cash who alternated guitars between his signature deep green Paul Reed Smith, a pair of acoustics, and a white PRS. Whatever alchemy he uses to whip these tunes together really works, and the band delivers the songs with professional precision. Tig”

— Richard White, Songwriters Association of Washington