Woodrush Wins the Award for "Best Acoustic Single" at this Year's LA Music Awards

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Raining Notes Music and Woodrush -- an acoustic duo from Seattle, WA -- take home the prize at the 16th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards with their hit single "Road Trippin'."

Everything about this CD seems to be impressive.

Acoustic folk/rock duo, Woodrush, from Seattle, WA. has recently been chosen from thousands of bands as an award recipient for "Best Acoustic Single" for "Road Trippin'" at the 16th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards. The event took place at the Music Box Theatre. The best new artists in the international music scene were honored.

In early June of 2006, Raining Notes Music, a San Diego-based production company, and Woodrush released "So Far From Home." The debut album was recorded at Strate Sound Studios in San Diego, engineered by Alan Sanderson (The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Weezer) and mastered at Sterling-Sound Studios in New York by Greg Calbi (U2, Coldplay, Bob Dylan). Photography for the album was provided by Henry Diltz, known for his "Morrison Hotel" photo of The Doors.

Woodrush has received recent acclaim. TAXI, "the world's leading Independent Artist & Repertoire Company," is quoted as saying, "Everything about this CD seems to be impressive." The band's award-winning single has been recently picked up by non-commercial radio and is bringing the band to new level of success. And the November issue of Performing Songwriter magazine features an photo ad of Woodrush.

For additional information on Woodrush, visit http://www.woodrushmusic.com. For media relations, contact Kyle R. Pulverenti or visit http://www.rainingnotes.com.

About Raining Notes Music

Raining Notes Music is a music publishing and production company. Their mission is to assist the performing songwriter bring their best music forth. Excellent songs are the key. Production, publishing and promotion are the strategy. Damn good music is the result.


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