Learned to read music on the trumpet, then took ear training and theory classes in college. Most of my playing was derived from listening to albums, cassettes, and the radio when I was still young. I listen to a lot of music and am as much an devout audiophile as I am a musician. Played in a few other bands before starting Southbound in about Still searching for that perfect guitar that plays with the ease and precision of a Suhr or Ibanez, but has the sweet vintage tones of a Tele or Strat…. A complex pedal board that now changes its appearance less frequently plays a large part in sculpting my sound, and I would rarely consider plugging them into something other than a quality tube amplifier. Pretty excited to be a part of this current lineup and looking forward to seeing you at the many upcoming shows! I bought my first guitar when the Beatles came to America in February
Dean M. Rosenberg, Guitarist/Backup Vocals
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Randy Woody and the Southbound Band is a progressive team of musicians all from Monroe County, in rural southeastern Tennessee, striving to continue the true spirit of classic country music with southern style. The members of Randy Woody and the Southbound Band are no strangers to the performing world, with the first performance in The chemistry that has evolved from these guys coming together is amazing. Our music has received airplay on some east Tennessee Radio stations including We also have recently wrapped up production of a full length outdoor concert video, and are looking forward to all the new opportunities this coming year. He has currently written all of the bands original songs. Randy Woody delivers heartfelt intoxicating lyrics with his signature deep voice used to full effect to deliver their unique and outlaw country style. Randy takes to the band stand each night with a passion and fever just as hot as the song burning in his heart, always tipping his hat to the country music greats that have paved this road before him.
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