When you hire Ben, you are working with a full-time, professional artist who is friendly, helpful, and flexible in meeting your needs.

Ben Woodruff is an Americana Singer/Songwriter. His grisly, soulful vocals and vast musical range enables him to play many genres including Country, Folk, Southern Rock, perfect to book for most any event. He is available to perform original music and/or exclusively covers as a solo artist, as a duo with Percussionist, Tyler Perry, and/or with his full band, Morgan's Road.

Ben grew up in a gem of a city, more often noted as the exact half-way point between New York City and Miami, FL; Florence, South Carolina is small cultural center steeped with artists, musicians and all around, very good people.

Like so many other incredibly talented artists who come from the American South; Ben was exposed to a diverse range of musical influences and sounds from the get go. By age 11, his older brother taught him how to play guitar and soon he found himself playing alongside and working at writing songs, good ones.

Today, Ben's position is front and center on one of SC’s hottest jam bands, Morgan’s Road. His tremendous, grisly vocals, and vast range to sing and play most genres and styles from R&B, Scat, Funk, Rock, Blues, Country to Acoustic Rock, and Alternative-edgy sounds is something that time and again delivers and never disappoints. Ben has performed in front of festival crowds of over 23,000 people to small coffee shops and private events.

Quotes on Ben's Vocals:

“The strength and passion in his voice made me close my eyes and sway to the music. I hear so much emotion and personality in this vocal. It has such good control and just the right amount of “gravel”.”

“Very Matchbox Twenty, which I like. The singer has a great soulful voice.”

“The singer’s voice fits perfectly with music that reminds driving an antique car on a big road on a sunny day.”

“Great style. Not pretentious. The vocals are strong, and yet heartfelt. The whole song is melodious, and imaginative. Also, very creative.”