Stuart John Wood

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Stuart John Wood
Birth name Stuart John Wood
Also known as "Woody"
Born (1957-02-25) February 25, 1957 (age 61)
Edinburgh, Scotland
Genres Rock, pop rock, Celtic
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Guitar, Keyboard, vocals, multi-instrumentalist
Years active 1970–present

Stuart John "Woody" Wood (born February 25, 1957) is a Scottish musician, songwriter and producer best known as the bass guitarist for the 1970s pop band, the Bay City Rollers.[1]

After his success with The Rollers, Stuart moved to South Africa and performed in a band called The Passengers, which became a chart topping success throughout the 1980s.

Upon returning home, Stuart has enjoyed becoming a celebrated and successful record producer in Scotland. His successes have included producing Virgin Records' "The Lone Piper" and "Scottish Moods" which were certified Platinum and Gold in sales.

In 2007, he also produced the debut album of The MacDonald Brothers. The album entered the UK Albums Chart at No. 18 and reached No. 1 on the Scottish Albums Chart.

He remains active in the music industry, producing music through The Music Kitchen.[1] He currently lives in Edinburgh, Scotland with his wife Denise and dog Elvis.


  1. ^ a b Hatterstone, Simon (18 June 2005). "The Roller coaster". The Guardian. Retrieved 2 June 2011. 

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