Bob Woodruff (singer)

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Bob Woodruff
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Background information
Born (1961-03-14) March 14, 1961 (age 56)
Origin New York City, New York, United States
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1994–Present
Labels Asylum, Imprint
Associated acts The Fields
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Bob Woodruff (born March 14, 1961 in New York City[1]) is a critically acclaimed American country music singer and songwriter. Initially, he was a member of a country rock band called The Fields before beginning a career as a solo artist. He released four studio albums (1994's Dreams & Saturday Nights, 1997's Desire Road, 2011's The Lost Kerosene Tapes, 1999 and 2013's The Year We Tried to Kill the Pain [1]) and has charted two singles on the Billboard country music charts, as well as a third on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. Woodruff's second album included covers of songs by John Fogerty and Arthur Alexander.[2] His latest album, The Year We Tried To Kill The Pain, was released in Europe in September 2013 and debuted at #1 on the EuroAmericana Chart in November 2013.



Title Album details
Dreams & Saturday Nights
Desire Road
The Lost Kerosene Tapes, 1999
The Year We Tried To Kill the Pain


Year Single Peak chart
US Country CAN Country
1994 "Hard Liquor, Cold Women, Warm Beer" 70 81 Dreams & Saturday Nights
"Bayou Girl" 74 67
1997 "Almost Saturday Night" 89 Desire Road
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
1994 "Hard Liquor, Cold Women, Warm Beer" Studio Productions
"Bayou Girl" Roger Pistole
1995 "Alright" Steve Boyle
1997 "Almost Saturday Night" Marius Penczner


  1. ^ a b Leaver, Jack. "Bob Woodruff biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2008-05-04. 
  2. ^ Mansfield, Brian (June 1997). "Bob Woodruff". New Country. 4 (6): 40. ISSN 1086-1076.