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Find Your Folk Relief With Jay Woodward’s Album Good Grief

Folk away.

Photo: Courtesy of M. Woodward

Photo: Courtesy of M. Woodward

You probably heard of Jay Woodward’s record Good Grief without knowing who he is since his effortlessly soothing buzz draws you into his folk vortex that are saturated with complex layers of emotions. His songs have been streamed in Starbucks, Anthropologie, and Levi’s – so if you ever wondered why you felt buoyant and ended up spending more than you intended, it’s probably because Woodward soundtracked your mood. Good Grief is a mood lifter and provided comfort with its midtempo ballads, but once you start dissecting his lyrics, you can get in touch with complex emotional concreteness that breaks and remakes your heart. Dose it the way you want it:

Jay Woodward is no amateur when it comes to the folk realm. From his time at Capitol Records, he has developed and honed his own way of songsculpting by combining retro elements of 60s/70s with his own modern flair. He has already recorded his first two records from his home studio back in Venice. As of now, Woodward is based in Knoxville, TN, and you can follow him on Facebook & Twitter.

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