Montego Bay, Jamaica is where you can find the reggae artist, Garfield Almando Woodstock – known to his audiences as ‘Grip Wrench’. In the late 80s Grip Wrench produced the following hits ‘Tracks of My Tears’, ‘In Your Eyes’ (Top Rank record label) ‘Knock Knock’(Jack Scorpio label) & ‘Puppy Love’ (Crazy B record label), they were met with great success. After a brief hiatus and a long conversation with Dj Bones of Irie FM. Mr. Woodstock aka Grip Wrench returned to the scene with vengeance presenting his debut album ‘REAL ‘ (VictoryOne record label) and yet again producing another hit with ‘Mr. Fix It ‘ that spent nearly 4 months at Number 1 in the Reverbnation Reggae Chart. “Suspicion Mind” was written by Mark James (in 1968 the year Grip was born), so it is only fitting for Grip Wrench to (cover) this song and had a monster hit, under the reworked title ” Suspicion” produced by Peter Baugh for Jumpstreet Productions. This enjoyed heavy rotation the world over, and once again Grip Wrench demonstrated why some of his fans call him the big bad singer. When he toured Canada, audiences related to his messages and delivery of his tunes. He is the ambassador for the Bureau of Women’s Affairs in Jamaica - they endorsed his tune ‘Mr. Fix It” and embraced the message it delivered to women suffering through domestic violence. His current releases are ‘We Need Freedom’, another Jumpstreet Productions produced by Peter Baugh. He also teamed up with Ms. Trace from Australia on (This Is How I Feel/ I’m In Love remix) on Elite Production Records Label. He also releases Peace Maker, I Know on his Elite Production Label and is now working on his fourth album for (Jeffrey George) Jamba-go Productions out of Tobago.