While reggae/dub project Stick Figure is a four-man band that brings frontman Scott Woodruff’s songs to life onstage, the process of composing, arranging, and recording is a solitary affair; in the studio, it’s mainly about Woodruff, his creative ideas, his gear, and his adorable canine second engineer, Cocoa.
On a hot summer evening, a crowd of music lovers gathered under the shade of the Salt Lake City Public Library. Merch booths, food trucks and cold beer lined the street along 200 East, leading to the stage on the south side of the library.
Widely known by many across the reggae community, Kevin “KBong” Bong has been lighting up the stage with his always positive mindset and uplifting, high energy spirit for many years. With what started as a smaller live show many years ago, it’s no longer a secret that Stick Figure has evolved into one of the most sought-after touring artists today.
Stick Figure has left a lasting impression on ears around the world, playing top-tier festivals and major summer tours, while constantly pushing out chart-topping tunes. It’s hard to believe the signature Stick Figure sound, beloved by millions, has such humble roots. From a bedroom to the world, patience, vision, determination, and talent all lead Scott Woodruff and Stick Figure to their current iconic state.
School's Out for Summer and Slightly Stoopid have big plans to party! Still at the start of their summer tour, reggae figureheads Slightly Stoopid have brought along Stick Figure and Pepper to help them celebrate with the US and have an epic School's Out vacation.
Nothing gets the TSIS camp excited for summer like a good reggae jam to have us wishing we were posted on a beach in the Caribbean with a fruity drink. That's exactly what we have for you today. We are excited to premiere the latest tune from Stick Figure and Slightly Stoopid as they have teamed-up to deliver just what we needed to kickstart our summer with “World on Fire”. Two reggae rock powerhouses coming together for a TSIS premiere; doesn’t get much better than that (unless we were on a beach… then it would be better).