Evan Goodrow is an American singer-songwriter-guitarist and has released 11 studio albums and 3 live albums of soul, funk, blues, rock, and R&B. A Boston native Goodrow got his start playing jazz guitar and singing acoustic folk in coffee houses in the early 2000’s.
Consistently an Independent artist, he has a unique and diverse history that includes winning the Boston Blues Award, playing funk concerts for Marines on Nato bases in Europe and even jamming with Jimmy Buffet in the Caribbean. He’s played multiple shows with B.B. King and even sang for the Yardbirds.
“Pretty fly for a white guy” writes the Philadelphia Times.
This June 17’ marks the arrival of his 14th recording, “Burn” with a new crew of musicians and a new collection of songs.
Evan’s lineup, or “Evan Goodrow Band” has changed once again in 2017.
Bass player Greg Toro and drummer David Moore now hold down the rhythm section with original hammond B player John Cooke rounding out the line-up (the band is also prone to having special guests, such as saxophone player Charles Langford).
It’s a new sound for new songs and now in the 5th incarnation, the band is funky, soulful, and fresh. There’s also newer takes on the older EGB staples “There’s No Reason” and “Middle Street” as the ever changing setlist of material changes with every show.