About Stevie Lee Woods
Stevie Lee Woods was born and raised in Bluefield, Virginia in a family with extensive musical background. His Father, Buddy Woods was a lead guitarist and previously had worked as a sideman for such artists as Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Eddie Arnold and a number of other distinguished musicians. His brothers David and Greg are also gifted musicians who played music in Virginia and Florida after Stevie decided to move to Nashville TN in the early 90's.
The move to Nashville ended up being a good move for Stevie as he landed his first record deal in 1991 releasing Two Charted singles one of which went to Number1 on the then Cash Box Charts and the other made it into the Top 20. " Is There Anything Left", written by accomplished songwriter Jerry Fuller was a song that opened many doors for Stevie as it landed him major representation by such agencies as Buddy Lee Attractions and World Class Talent in Nashville.
From such representation Stevie began his career appearing and touring with such artists as Lorrie Morgan, John Michael Montgomery, Martina McBride, Diamond RIO , Brooks and Dunn. He was also an annual guest on the annual Country across America Tour which was a Major Country Music Extravaganza.
After his second single was released and all going well Stevie was asked to be a part of a World Wide tour covering such places as London, Scotland, Germany, and some parts of Asia with such artists as Freddy Fender and Grand Ole Opry members Del Reeves, Jim Ed Brown and many others which was a huge success and thus was repeated immediately the next season.
Stevie has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry as well as hosted his own Television show in the 90's along with the recording artist Sylvia for the USA Network entitled Today’s Hot Country.
In 1998, with his career moving in a fast past direction Stevie decided to stop touring or traveling due to ailing family members. He decided to move back home and help in any way he could and come back to music at a later date.