Loop of the week series with BOSS RC-10R

A new five part series. A new loop idea every friday. Free tab and all videos can be found here…https://chriswoodsgroove.co.uk/bossrc10r/

New Guitar Orchestra Commission

New live video of a CWGO composition.  A guitar orchestra of all ages and abilities, meeting together for one rehearsal and then performing…

This is a Music Education Hub initiative produced by SoundStorm, supported using funds from Arts Council England.

The Online Guitar Group – ‘Pay What You Want’

The Online Guitar Group started during lockdown and fast became an international community, it’s now a permanent fixture. Every Tuesday on ZOOM at 7pm for one hour. To join get in touch now.  Have a listen to just some of the artists and songs that have inspired the sessions.

 

 

Capo Evolution – The Finished Product

Capo Evolution has landed. You can read about the process in two different blogs Part 1 and Part 2

Buxton fringe Festival Award Winner

The Chris Woods Groove Orchestra solo show won best instrumentalist at this years Buxton fringe Festival. The solo show will be continuing on tour throughout 2019 and into 2020. 

New Album Available Now

The debut ‘The Chris Woods Groove Orchestra’ album is now available to download and stream as well as for CD pre-order. Click the relevant word, to link up.
Spotify – Itunes  – Amazon – Physical CD

Chris Woods Groove Orchestra – Solo tour dates

A host of new dates including a workshop weekend are now announced, tickets on sale now. Buy them here.

London Guitar Night Re-opening 9th September

The London Guitar Night; curated and hosted by Chris Woods has found a new home at Woodberry Wetlands, a stunning nature reserve managed by The London Wildlife Trust. The event is strictly advanced ticket only, from here

Belfast Guitar festival Award for Chris Woods

Earlier in August Chris Was awarded the Belfast Guitar festival Award, created by ceramic artist Andrew Cooke

‘Chris has left such an impression on the festival with his breathtaking performances that to not have him in it seems unthinkable. Every time we programme a new year his is the first name on the list to be invited. A worthy recipient of the award, Chris’ dedication to the Festival, from its earliest years to the present day, cannot be ignored.’ Belfast Guitar Festival