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Scott Wooldridge is a Minneapolis-based singer-songwriter. He's also a member of the Wooldridge Brothers, a Milwaukee-based band that released its seventh album, "Starts at Dusk." Feel free to wander around this site to find out more details, listen to music, and see photos. 






 

Joni Mitchell’s 'Clouds' 50th Anniversary Tribute

Turf Club, 1601 University Ave. , St. Paul, MN 55104

50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell’s 'Clouds' (which features “Both Sides Now”, “Chelsea Morning” and others). The entire record will be performed, as well as a second set of non-“Clouds” Joni favorites!

Scott Wooldridge, Joe Fahey, AJ Scheiber

Minneapolis Eagles FOE #34 , 2507 E. 25th St. , Minneapolis, MN 55406

Stay tuned for more details TBA.

I also work as a freelance writer--check out that site here. 


For "Starts at Dusk":

"The raucous side of roots is displayed in the newest studio effort from Milwaukee’s Wooldridge Brothers. Starts at Dusk (Anodyne) features riffs reminiscent of The Hold Steady, and Scott Wooldridge’s lyrics in tracks like “Zero Information” are minor-key masterpieces." --Loring Wirbel, Colorado Springs Independent.

“One can think that they’ve heard every band that’s worthy of praise and then suddenly, unexpectedly, along comes an outfit so remarkable, it’s hard to believe they’ve been below the radar and out of sight. …Starts At Dusk, [features] music so obviously infectious, so singularly spectacular that it simply rings with recognition almost immediately.”—Lee Zimmerman, GoldMine.com

“'Starts At Dusk' feels like a warm summer night from a time gone by; timeless songs played with heart that feel instantly memorable.” Ken Sumka, 88Nine, Milwaukee


For "Scott Wooldridge."

"Clear, compelling, heartfelt roots songs with an alt-country bent."
Andrea Swensson, Local Current Blog

"A folky set with philosophical anthems, sweet love songs, and spirited steel guitar work."
Chris Riemenschneider, Star Tribune.

"Song after song is a polished pop gem."
Paddy Fineran, Kenosha News.

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