Stick Figure's Scott Woodruff on Making "Feel-Good Music"

The crew at Propaganda better stock up on Red Stripe this week, because the reggae kids will be coming out in droves to catch local acts like Spred the Dub, RunDownTown, and Making Faces at the final installment of the club's Summer Daze series. But the special treats of the day come in the form of national acts that will put a massive exclamation point at the end of the Summer Daze experience.

The Heavy Pets, Passafire, and Stick Figure will all have their time to shine like the sun on a kiddie pool at the outside stage. Before making his first-ever trip to Lake Worth, Scott Woodruff of Stick Figure chatted with us. Currently on a summer tour with Passafire, he shared some tales from the road, his interesting style of recording, and even the skinny on the origin of the band's name.

See also: Passafire Get to Be "Anthropologists on the Road" When Touring

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Dana Krangel