Royal Wood: Toronto, Canada
Royal Wood, Singer, Songwriter, Producer and Arranger
Toronto, Canada

Toronto-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Royal Wood  has established himself as a true musical talent and is now embarking on an extensive tour. Since being proclaimed “Songwriter of the Year” by iTunes, Wood has continued to evolve and hone his musical craft – maintaining an unmistakable identity while uncovering and reinventing his sound.

Wood has two albums that have debuted in the Top 30, multiple JUNO nominations and a #1 added song at Hot AC radio. His songs have been heard on high profile sync placements like Grey’s Anatomy, and Private Practice. Wood’s new album Ghost Light, featuring the single “Long Way Out” is due out April 22, 2016 via Cadence Music Group/Universal. 

Ghost Light marks an immense change is his life and his artistic path, delivering more and more of a letting go to the forefront of his music. The record seizes his sincerest passion for creativity and imagination. It showcases a deeper understanding of where his journey began and where he wants to take it. Ghost Light has given a new meaning to the path in Wood’s career, where unabashed creativity and performance will continue to shine and cultivate his trajectory – no matter where it leads.

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Questionnaire
1
What is your favorite word to describe Toronto?

Multicultural.

2
What word best reflects the people of Toronto?

Multicultural.

3
What is the most creative, spiritual or emotional place in Toronto?
Though I love so many places in Toronto, for me it is Trinity Bellwoods Park that is the most emotional place for me. I run there every morning I’m home. I regularly sit there and contemplate life with my journal in hand. I also use it to meet friends for coffee and conversation. Not to mention it’s the best date spot in the city. That’s for sure.
4
What is your favorite outdoor activity in Toronto?

I already mentioned running in Trinity Bellwoods park, but I would also say running along the waterfront is a very special moment in Toronto. As well just walking the streets alone with earbuds listening to music and people watching, while seeking out vintage vinyl, is a day well spent.

5
What is your favorite indoor activity in Toronto?

I think Toronto is one of the best food cities in the world. I have traveled to so many countries, and eaten in so many cities considered to be the “best” and I think we have everything locations like NYC, Paris and London have to offer – to name a few. I would definitely say that going out to dinner and having a tremendous meal, with an equally transcendent bottle of wine is my favourite indoor pastime.

6
What is your favorite sound or noise in Toronto?
My favourite sound in the city is the chatter and electric buzz of a good bar late at night on a street like Ossington or College. Full of laughter, and merriment, and booze fueled connections and a letting go that only happens in a city at that hour. It’s electric. And I couldn’t imagine my life without it.
7
What is your favorite smell or taste in Toronto?

My favourite taste in the city is a good bottle of wine at Terroni on Queen West. I think they bring in some of the best wine Italy has to offer, that the average wine enthusiast wouldn’t otherwise have the chance to indulge in.

8
What drink best reflects Toronto?

I’d say an “old fashion”. It’s a classic timeless cocktail, but it’s still powerful and possesses the potential for a modern twist in the hands of the right bartender.

9
What song or type of music best reflects Toronto?

Oh. That’s a tough one to answer. Toronto is so diverse and multicultural that no one type of music “reflects” the city - at least not to me. I think what is amazing is that on the same night you can hear 10 different kinds of music, and still be left with more options of other genres if you so desired. That’s Toronto!

10
If Heaven were Toronto, what would God say to a visitor when they arrive at the Pearly Gates?

They’d say. “Welcome to Heaven good people. Don’t try to indulge all at once. Please take your time. Experience it all. You have an eternity here and an infinite amount of experiences await you! Enjoy!”

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