Krazy Town Records recording artist Stevie Lee Woods gives new meaning to the phrase “high energy.” Stevie has been performing live almost non-stop for decades, naturally he would become an expert at getting the crowd going and rocking the stage.
Stevie will be doing what he’s best at on Saturday, September 6th at the Branson Landing in Branson, MO. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and includes special guests Bryan White, T. Graham Brown and friends.
Stevie Lee Woods grew up in a tiny town calledBluefieldwhich straddles theVirginiaandWest Virginiastate line. Growing up in the country is what Stevie credits much of his music success to. Music has been a part of Stevie’s life as far back as he can remember as his father was a professional musician and always had music in the house.
As a boy, Stevie listened to country legends such as Conway Twitty, Johnny Cash, Ray Price and Faron Young. His father toured with bluegrass artists Flatt & Scruggs and even played with Eddy Arnold.
As Stevie grew up his musical style was heavily influenced by the musical genres of 80s Rock bands like Aerosmith, AC/DC and ZZ Top which has now given him the reputation of being “The Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler of Country” according to Country Song Roundup Magazine.
Stevie recently released his album Pretty Feet and his second single from the album, “California Girls Have Gone Country” to radio.