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By Ron Hartman
The Chronicle 

Jobe Woosley & Co. keep rolling

 

January 23, 2020

BRADLEY COOK/THE CHRONICLE

The Jobe Woosley & Co. band plays a blend of original music and classics from the '60s and '70s. Woosley (right) is joined by Kate Kisselburgh and Justin Schepige.

COTTAGE GROVE - In so many different ways, the Jobe Woosley & Co. band is a good mix.

First and foremost, they blend well together. Their music flows through each other, creating the kind of groove you can hop on and ride for a while.

They play a cool mix of songs, too. As Woosley says, "We love the music from the '60s and early '70s, so we'll always play some of that stuff." True to his word, they played Neil Young's "Old Man" (1972), The Doors' "Back Door Man" (1967), the Grateful Dead's "Truckin'" (1970) and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's "Heart of Gold" (1972) among their covers...



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