Critical Acclaim for “Monday Night!” by the CD Woodbury Band:
“Monday Night may be the right time and this album should propel the CD Woodbury Band, who has laboring the trenches for some time, right up to the next level.” – Rick J Bowen, No Depression
“Being deep in the Americana/blues-rock pocket, this is no mere bar band dreaming of stardom, this is bunch ready to break big.” Chris Spector, Midwest Record
“The title cut was our favorite. It could have easily been named ‘Monday Night on the corner of Rampart and Canal,’ with its funked-up percussion and organ, the scratchy guitars and Famous Flames-era horn section driving this second-line romp and ‘cookin’ us all up a little rice and beans.’
For several years, the CD Woodbury Band has been called ‘the Northwest’s best-kept secret.’ Now, the word’s out everywhere with the release of ‘Monday Night!,’ with its clever songcrafting, fascinating instrumentation, and overwhelming power to make you wanna get up and boogie!!!” – Sheryl and Don Crow
“A rocking album, full of burning guitar, tasteful keyboards, soulful sax, and great tunes, Monday Night! is a solid debut for the CD Woodbury Band. Full of rocking swing-revival, classic Texas shuffles, seasoned with hints of R&B and jazz, the album features a band that can downright play…
…The album is well worth a listen. Not only is the playing and production quite good, but the style is unique. Of course, the band draws heavily on more traditional blues influences, but their sound is not old-fashioned. Quite the contrary, they are a new and unique addition to the blues tradition.
The Review: 8.5/10” Nik Rodewald – Blues Rock Review
“The CD Woodbury Band plug blues into caffeine-stoked chord changes and make a great appearance with the results on Monday Night.” – The Alternate Root – New Release Rack
“…Monday Night! is a stellar, well-rounded set of blues and R&B that is definitely worth checking out.” Blues Bytes
“CD Woodbury has attained an enviable goal for guitarists: A personal, muscular, expressive style with no direct influence. Combined with his exceptional band of songwriters, singers and headcutting instrumentalists, the result is booty-shaking contemporary blues with wit and extraordinary substance”
Dave Rubin, KBA recipient in Journalism
“…Powerful” – Experience Hendrix Magazine
“…When I formed a band of my own, he was the first guy I called. I still work with him sometimes. I love C.D.” – Polly O’Keary, Polly O’Keary & the Rhythm Method, Too Slim and the Tail Draggers.
“C.D. has a unique combination of education…, skill, raw musical talent and passion.” – Steve Ater, Tone Kings
“When I got back to Seattle from my Roomful (of Blues) stint I needed a guitarist. On the good word of Randy Oxford I exchanged e-mails with C.D. We played our first gig together, no rehearsal.
…He is absolutely a consummate professional. That’s A Fact, Jack.” Mark DuFresne
“he is a musician’s guitarist.” Roy Brown, from the March 2009 WBS Bluesletter
“Our featured February Blues CD is ‘Sunbanks Live’ by the C.D. Woodbury Band.” – RockTheBlues.com
“Y’all are the Kings of Beale Street this year, and if anyone says otherwise, they can talk to me.” JJ Spencer, Manager – Jerry Lee Lewis’ Cafe & Honkytonk
Eight Washington (State) Blues Society BB Awards, including Blues Performer (2015), Songwriter (2014), NW Recording (2014), and 3 times for Electric Guitar (2010, 2011, & 2014)