There is a musical act that calls itself Tiger & Woods that will be playing at the renowned Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., on April 12, the date of the final round of the Masters.
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a hugely popular event, held on consecutive weekends and featuring big-name entertainment. AC/DC is performing this year. Madonna and Paul McCartney have performed in the past.
As for Tiger & Woods, not much is known about them personally other than what we assume are stage names, Larry Tiger and David Woods. One headline called them “The mystery men of disco,” or “mistery” men, as they spell it on their Twitter account.
“Though the recent glut of musical acts with un-Google-able names and top-secret identities,” Miles Raymer wrote in the Chicago Reader, “looks to be a reaction to the ubiquity of search engines and social networks, the anonymity of DJ and production duo Tiger & Woods is apparently a nod to electronic dance music's heyday, when illicit white-label remixes of popular songs — whether released by a superstar DJ or a total unknown — absolutely required a pseudonym.”
OK, then. As for the name Tiger & Woods, “It's not really related to golf, except for the fact that the project is inspired by a track released on a label with a bit of golf in it, one of them, Tiger or Woods, said in an interview with the San Francisco Examiner.
Their debut album was called “Through the Green.”