A modern reggae band that fully embraces dub, Stick Figure were long a one-man project, that man being Scott Woodruff.
Recording and playing all the instruments himself, Woodruff launched Stick Figure in 2006 out of Duxbury, Massachusetts with the album The Sound of My Addiction. Burnin' Ocean followed in 2008, while Smoke Stack arrived in 2009, the latter being the year Woodruff pulled up stakes and moved to San Diego, California. He formed a four-piece band version of Stick Figure there and issued The Reprise Sessions in 2010. In 2012, Burial Ground was released and the group supported the album by touring as the opening act for the Green. Warmly received by audiences, the band shifted gears and focused on live work with numerous festival appearances and tours with Passafire, John Brown’s Body, Rebelution, and Iration. Life on the road kept the band out of the studio until 2015, when the album Set in Stone arrived with Collie Buddz and Slightly Stoopid as guests. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi