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Press, Quotes, and Accolades:

● 9th Annual Independent Music Awards Nominee for Best Pop/Rock Song of 2009

● 1st Place Winners of the 6th Annual Great Lakes Songwriting Contest for the song Switch Hit Resistor ~

● 2009 RedGorilla Showcase at the SXSW in Austin, TX

● #1 Song for October 2008 in the Red Gorilla Channel with Strange

● “They’ve only four band members, but it sounds like twelve!”~MitchAlbom

● “In April of last year we reviewed Woodward’s full-length debut, …But Your Kids Are Gonna Love It, with raving words and manic glee. The album came in at #3 on Wildy’s World’s Top 40 Albums for 2008. In May of 2009, the band will release three new singles through iTunes and other download services. Switch Hit Resistor, Footski and Love Heart represent a growth in sound and style for Woodward, beginning with the retro/modern classic rock sound Detroit’s Fab Four propagated on their debut, Woodward has taken a more linear, melodic approach to songwriting this time around. The result is consistent in style, but perhaps just a bit more refined than in the past. …so times are changing. Woodward shows distinct growth on their new singles without sacrificing the essential character or sound that has enchanted fans to date. If anything, the artistic and sonic growth is going to make Woodward a lot of new friends. Woodward stands for the type of Rock N Roll that has been missing from the popular scene since Grunge exploded out of Seattle almost twenty years ago. Bands like The Killers and The Fray have tried to resurrect melodic, retro/modern classic rock with varying degrees of success, but no one in the mainstream has done it as well or as emphatically as Woodward. Make sure you check out their new singles, Switch Hit Resistor, Footski and Love Heart when they become available later this month.” - Rating: 5 Stars (Out of 5) ~ Wildys World

● “Their combination of late-‘50s/early-‘60s melody with mid-‘90s ska-ish rhythm and attitude is undeniably unique, as Woodward has carved out a sound all their own.”~ Real Detroit Weekly

● “Creating pleasant harmonies and catchy pop influenced rock, Woodward is using their 90s alt-rock influences to meld something unpretentious and far from somber”~ Detroit Buzz

● “Don’t be surprised if a few years from now theirs is the concert ticket you can’t buy anywhere but on eBay. “…WOODWARD [But Your Kids Are Gonna Love It] gets my highest rating, and then some. Rating: 5 Stars (Out of 5) ~ Wildys World