"If Alex Woodard performs in your backyard or living room, it will be one of the most remarkable and memorable nights of your life.
The first time I saw him, I realized there was something special about his view of music. He was opening for Sister Hazel, and I expected a guy, a guitar, and a short, nondescript set of songs. Instead, six people walked out on stage to perform songs from Alex’s Up With the Sun. It was amazing. His focus was all about the presentation of his music. I was hooked on him after one song.
So I booked him for one of our private concerts, and then another, and soon realized that Alex is a modern-day Renaissance man: a singer, songwriter, surfer, troubadour, author, philanthropist, and a hard-ass worker.
When he plays, be it full-band or “man, guitar and stool,” he’ll make you laugh with “Hoops,” then move you to tears as he sings “The Table.” And Alex, the author, gave us For the Sender, a trilogy that will tug at your heartstrings and make you pause often to consider how events shape life and your view of it.
When he marries his songs to his storytelling, especially in an intimate setting, something magical happens. That's the only way I can describe it.."