Evan Woodward

EVAN WOODWARD

Lawyer by day, devoted doggie daddy, and band leader, Evan Woodward is making it happen when it comes to creating music and bringing people together. His classically trained, rich baritone voice immediately stands out to any listener. Pair that with his own heartfelt songwriting and you have a powerful combination for devastating your heart. “Deft fingerpicking”, slide guitar, sweet blues lines and classic rock licks make him a versatile guitarist.

No stranger to the stage, Evan performs solo as well as with The Light Workers, his latest group. Expect shows to feature a variety of influences from rock to blues, indie to folk.

Evan’s debut solo album, Ramblin’ on the Coast Highway, has over 21,000 plays on Spotify alone and has been featured on radio stations in New Mexico, Colorado, and Texas. The Album was produced by Bryan Ray, aka Lonely Child, a finalist for Producer of the Year in the Austin Chronicle in 2017. His latest project, The Light Workers self-titled debut, was recorded and produced by Ken Riley of Rio Grande Studios in Albuquerque. The studio is booked for his next solo album, “Epilogue”, in October 2020.

PRESS

[Evan Woodward's] languid but impressively positive vocal tone—marked by a sly delivery style that makes it seem like the artist is standing right there, guitar in hand, talking to you about what is important in life—makes for a record that sits on the head comfortably like a favorite hat but still has plenty of form to keep out the bad weather.
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Alibi.com

‘A positive force’: The Light Workers were determined to ‘record beautiful music’ during pandemic
[read the article]

Adrian Gomez

Albuquerque Journal

The Light Workers have a taste for freedom in their single and video Peppermint
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Darryl Sterdan

Tinnitist

With piercing imagery, sincere vocals, swelling cello undercurrents, and multi-layered guitars, the song stands as a take-notice intro to the newly minted musical collaboration from artists Anne Luna and Evan Woodward.
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Cashbox Canada

PRESS

[Evan Woodward's] languid but impressively positive vocal tone—marked by a sly delivery style that makes it seem like the artist is standing right there, guitar in hand, talking to you about what is important in life—makes for a record that sits on the head comfortably like a favorite hat but still has plenty of form to keep out the bad weather.
[Read the full review]

Alibi.com

‘A positive force’: The Light Workers were determined to ‘record beautiful music’ during pandemic
[read the article]

Adrian Gomez

Albuquerque Journal

The Light Workers have a taste for freedom in their single and video Peppermint
[Read the article]

Darryl Sterdan

Tinnitist

With piercing imagery, sincere vocals, swelling cello undercurrents, and multi-layered guitars, the song stands as a take-notice intro to the newly minted musical collaboration from artists Anne Luna and Evan Woodward.
[read the article]

Cashbox Canada