Heading into the second week of December, World on Fire, an album by American band Stick Figure, registered its 11th-straight week at number one on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart. The man largely responsible for its success is Scott Woodruff.
The Massachusetts-born musician’s moniker is actually Stick Figure. He is the quintet’s creative force, playing a role similar to Jeff Lynne in the Electric Light Orchestra or Pete Townsend in The Who.
He produced World on Fire, which was released in August by Ruffwood Records. Woodruff also wrote its 15 songs — which he describes as “the most diverse Stick Figure album to date”.
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