#MusicalMemories: Jack Woodward

Aged 24, Jack Woodward has one EP under his belt and building towards the release of his sophomore effort, Higher. Having revealed the collection’s compelling and thought provoking lead single last week, we caught up with the determined soulful songsmith to take him on a trip down memory lane.

What song reminds you most of your childhood?

Blue – Eiffel 65. It was a big hit when I was 6 and I remember dancing around the lounge and imagining what it must be like to just have your whole world blue (Heard it, believed it at that age!)

Which song inspired you to become a musician/singer?

Probably Your Song by Elton John, Feel by Robbie Williams or When You Say Nothing At All by Ronan Keating.

Which song do you wish you had written?

American Pie – Don Mclean

Which artist/band has been the most inspirational to you?

The Killers

Which song/album currently dominates your attention?

Wonderful Wonderful album by The Killers and Wrong Crowd album by Tom Odell.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

Brandon Flowers from The Killers.

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