KEEPING TIME: Candace Woodson and The Domino Theory

info@islandpacket.comOctober 5, 2011 

Members: Singer Candace Woodson, guitarist Tony Royster, drummer Randy Rockalotta, bassist Keith Brown

Years together: One

Style: R&B, soul, Motown, jazz, rock and even a little country

Regular gigs: XO Lounge in Palmetto Dunes on Thursdays, occasional appearances at The Electric Piano on Hilton Head Island and Lowcountry festivals.

Lives in music: Royster had performed with groups worldwide and managed his son, Tony Jr.'s, growing career as a drummer. He formed the Domino Theory as a trio about four years ago, playing mostly around Savannah. Woodson and her family came to Hilton Head from Nashville, where she worked at record labels and radio stations while fostering a singing career. Royster and Woodson met through a mutual acquaintance and quickly hit it off on stage together. Although new to the area, they've played regularly, including a summer gig at Coligny Plaza and at StreetMusic on Paris Avenue in Port Royal.

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