Kingston’s Solomon Woodland performs original music in a folk-country fashion inspired by the greats such as Townes Van Zandt, Johnny Cash, and many others. Solomon has been most complimented and known for his haunting voice accompanied by a rhythmic southern style of guitar playing.
Solomon has the kind of voice that makes you sit up and take notice. Don’t let his young face and kind smile fool you, because when he opens his mouth to sing it will hit you in the soul and come out in the form of goosebumps.
– Morgan Pierce, Facebook
Solomon’s music is built on storytelling and has been known to trigger memories of simpler times from people of all ages. Solomon spends most of his days in the woods and spends the evenings writing songs in a candlelit cabin just like they did in the old days. Solomon has been playing music professionally since the age of seventeen and released his first solo album “Dirty Little Town” in the spring of 2019.