WOOD&STONE is a pseudonym for Jarred Roberts' music . Whether Jarred is playing with a band or performing as a solo musician, he's still introduced as WOOD&STONE. Jarred is a musician inspired by the American soul music of the 50s, 60s, and 70s. In his music you hear the influences of Otis Redding, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Wilson Pickett, James Brown, and many others. WOOD&STONE's music is commonly associated with artists like Ray Lamontagne, Ed Sheeran,  Van Morrison, Otis Redding, and Allen Stone.

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Bio and Music Details:
A performing musician for over a decade, Jarred grew up in southern California in a family of professional gospel singers. The tone of his voice is a combination of the bluegrass and gospel songs he grew up singing, and the soul music he grew into as an adult.
A list of popular Honolulu venues WOOD&STONE performs at include:  Mai Tai's Bar, Tiki's Grill and Bar, Buho Cocina y Cantina, The Station, Kona Brewery,  Hawaiian Brian's, Jazzminds, The Study, Dukes, LBLE, STATS, The Monkey Pod and many more.
WOOD&STONE is available to play in San Diego, Hawaii, and also travels worldwide for private events, including weddings. Visit the dedicated wedding page to learn more!
Although WOOD&STONE is a solo musician, he is usually found playing in a duo with some of San Diego's most talented musicians. He plays with a guitarist, percussionist, another vocalist, bassist, and sometimes performs in a full band with brass or in a trio. All of these are options for performances. WOOD&STONE plays a variety of musical genres ranging from soul, country, bluegrass, gospel, blues, folk-blues, lounge, folk, pop, R&B, and many others.
Personal Life:
Jarred is also a Post-Doc in high energy particle astro-physics  at UCSD. He teaches advanced math and physics and works on NASA funded high energy particle observatories the Compton Spectrometer and imager (COSI), and the General Antiparticle Spectrometer (GAPS). Both of these instruments are balloon-borne telescopes probing the most extreme and bizarre corners of the universe. He travels to McMurdo Station, Antarctica to work on these projects during the flight integrations and works out of La Jolla and Berkeley doing analysis on the data and systems integration. He completed his PhD dissertation work in the fall of 2017.
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