Allen Woody

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, Woody Originally Allen Stewart Konigsberg. Born 1935.
American actor, screenwriter, and filmmaker noted for exploring the neuroses of the urban middle class in comedies of manners such as Annie Hall (1977) and Deconstructing Harry (1997).
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Walker, Jakson Spires, Warren Haynes, Allen Woody, Matt Abts, Jimmy Herring, Johnny Neel, Bruce Hampton, Charlie Daniels, Franklin Wilkie, Stuart Swanlund, Tony "Smoke" Heatherly, Henry Paul, Danny Joe Brown, Dave Hlubek, John Galvin, Duane Roland, Riff West, Bruce Brookshire, Eddie Stone, Dennis Winters, Devon Allman, Patterson Hood, Charlie Starr, Les Dudek, Joseph "Red Dog" Campbell, Arthur "Moon" Mullins, Chris Hicks, and Mabron "Wolf" McKinney.
Guitar great Warren Haynes returns to Eugene with his band Gov't Mule on Thursday touting this month's release of a new archival album, "The Tel-Star Sessions." The album consists of the band's first and never-before released demos (now newly mixed and mastered) that were recorded in June 1994 at Tel-Star Studios in Bradenton, Fla., by the band's original lineup - Haynes, drummer Matt Abts and bassist Allen Woody (who died in 2000).
Gov't Mule formed in 1994 as an Allman Brothers side project with slide guitarist Haynes and bass guitarist Allen Woody, according to a press release.
The three-piece band had already built up a substantial following in the US when bass player Allen Woody died suddenly in 2000.
Before founding bass player Allen Woody died in 2000, Gov't Mule would invite Louis to perform as a guest at the band's New York City shows.