My first experience with Jesse Woods occurred back in 2007 when, on a patio of a friend’s apartment, he would nestle in and sing a few songs. As his harmonica began to sound and guitar strings strummed, he would hum out tunes late into the Texas starlight. As if unaware of the captivated listeners about, he would sing from his soul, with each melody an unmistakable emotion pulsing throughout. With simplistic complexity and a laid back attitude, to compare Woods to another artist wouldn’t do justice to all that he has to offer.
Jesse Woods sings songs that in some way hold the words you already feel but could never quite explain before. His voice is the parting of the clouds after a long hard rain or that endless summer sunset with colors you can almost taste.
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by Ashley Gregg