Multi Instrumentalist & Live Looper Woodyard Joins Growing Midnight Family

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Often referred to as a “Human Jukebox”, Woodyard’s knowledge of music spans effortlessly across eras and genres. A multi-talented musician who uses looping machines, his voice and guitar, Woodyard is best known for his wide array of genre-bending covers that showcase his vocal range and eclectic sound creating truly unique and dance-inspiring performances. With no two shows sounding the same, Woodyard’s improv-esque style is reminiscent of a Reggie Watts and Marc Rebillet lovechild - a multi-instrumentalist who captivates audiences and sparks dancefloors seconds after taking to the stage.

Born and raised in North Vancouver, Mark Woodyard is no rookie to the live music scene having played live for the better part of the last two decades reaching some of the worlds most unique festival stages including BassCoast, Shambhala, and Envision, as well as becoming a mainstay at private events frequently requested by some of the countries most iconic brands.


No matter the genre, Mark Woodyard will satisfy your needs for an incredible show. As a one-man band, Woodyard uses his swoon-worthy voice, guitar & beatboxing skills to bend genres, looping it all together into a dazzling sweet melody that’s uniquely his own.

You can catch him playing his own amazing versions of covers one night, and then see him rock the stage with his original self written tracks the next. His infectious vibe and unmistakable rhythm will make you groove no matter what dancefloor you're on. 

During the pandemic as live touring slowed, Woodyard took to Twitch, an online music streaming platform, where he quickly assembled a dedicated online following watching his weekly improvised live streams as well as publishing original performances on his growing YouTube channel and collaborating with other acts across North America including The Funk Hunters, Fort Knox Five, and Lazy Syrup Orchestra.

Visit Mark Woodyard's Twitch profile HERE


Grant Paley
Responsible Agent (Canada)

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