Woody Dodge is a Rochester area local band that blends alt-country, rock and even a touch of bluegrass into their mix of original songs. They were out of commission for a period from 2002-2005 but are now back at it. Their third full-length release, "Humble Me", was released in spring of 2012.
|Run To The Alley||1987||LP||Produced by Miché of ''Miché and the Anglos'' on the SLIDD record label.|
|Steal Copy and Give To Friends||1990||Cassette EP||Old-school file sharing.|
|Emma's Dance||1995||CD||Swinging Like Chimes could be heard as background music on a CBS soap opera.|
|Nature Is Strange||1997||CD||Featured guest performances from Carol Hevron and Jack Schaefer. Mike Gladstone was a guest on this recording but joined the band shortly after its completion.|
|Humble Me||2012||CD||Produced by Ken Frank. Features guest performances by Liah Alanso (vocals) and Kelly Holleran (violin) of Left On Red, Bob Parrish (percussion), and Ken Frank (melodica).|
As Woody Dodge
Bill Lambert - vocals, guitar
Sean Sullivan - drums
Charles Russell - bass, teapots
As The Paper Train
Russell leaves, joining:
Brian Labanowski - keyboards
Jean Labanowski - bass
As Woody Dodge and the Paper Train and later Woody Dodge
Labanowski's leave, joining:
Mark Wilcove - guitar
Jon Gary - bass
Bob Parrish - percussion, hair
Wilcove leaves, joining (in various overlapping combinations):
Brian Horton - guitar, for a few months prior to his death.
Wayne Penlon - mandolin, guitar
Wilcove returns, restoring the core line-up that defined the Woody Dodge sound.
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