After showcasing at SXSW in the late 90’s the Wooldridge Brothers (Scott and Brian Wooldridge) inked a publishing deal with Windswept Pacific/EMI and released three critical-acclaimed albums. They had several songs placed in films (Contact, Some Mother’s Son) and television shows (Party of Five, Nearly Famous, Anna Nicole Smith and many others) along with successful regional radio airplay. After touring for a couple years, Scott and Brian took time off while Scott moved to Minneapolis and Brian, staying in Milwaukee, toured with Michelle Anthony. In 2009 the Brothers went back into the studio and came out with Days Went Around, mixed by Chris Stamey (dB’s/Alex Chilton).

In support of Days Went Around, Scott and Brian played select shows with Alejandro Escovedo, Martha Wainwright and Walter Salas-Humara (the Silos). Scott headed back to Minneapolis to start work on his first solo album, and Brian toured and released three albums with The Mike Benign Compulsion. In 2014, the Wooldridge Brothers created a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund Scott’s new solo album and a new Wooldridge Brothers single and album. Scott's solo album was released in Jan. 2015, and the Wooldridge Brothers vinyl single came out Aug. 2015. The first round of tracks for the WB album were produced by John Munson (Trip Shakespeare, Semisonic) in Minneapolis, MN, the rest of the album will be finished in Rockford, IL with Scott Gorsuch (EIEIO) at the helm.