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In 2006 solo guitarist/songwriter Brian Gallagher walked into the studio with a notebook full of songs and the dream of creating his first record. He walked out 3 years later with a new band and their debut album THE HEIGHTS OF THINGS.

With a diverse collage of blues, soul, rock, funk, and reggae, Wooster’s sound is, above all else, a passionate display of love for the groove.

This love resonates throughout THE HEIGHTS OF THINGS, from the soul drenched “New York”, to reggae influenced “Froghouse” and funk laden “Love is All I Need” featuring Jerry Martin from Sly and the Family Stone on sax. Chant inducing, crowd favorite “Ooh Girl” recounts the familiar scene of trying to find that special someone at the end of the night.

While Gallagher’s vocal delivery is impassioned and raw, the young and beautiful Caroline possesses a remarkable gift for melody that, when combined with the richness of her tone, creates only the most eloquent of harmonies.

Hailing from his roots in local hip hop and rock group, Epicure, lead guitarist Zack Donahue picks his riffs and spanks his skanks with all the force of a hundred watt Marshall stack. A professional instructor by day, guitar and bassist Bobby Hansen’s technical prowess and inventiveness on his instruments are a matter of interplanetary exploration. He drinks the same milk as Bootsy Collins, and take’s his responsibility as ‘keeper of the funk’ as a professional and lifelong obligation.


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