Entries by Evan Goodrow

Moonlighting on a beach in the afternoon

There are those who know more about me than I let on… I play with a lot of musicians in a lot of settings, what we refer to as moonlighting. Only sometimes it happens on a beach in broad daylight (apologies for the lack of guitar, I had to put it down in order to […]

Make it your own

“Burn” is making it’s way around the radio world. A supporting DJ (I’ll keep it anonymous) asks the following: “A question about your “Peg” cover. The tempo is so significantly different. Not being musician I still want to say something intelligent when I play it. Was there a reason within the song to redefine it? […]

Problems with the neighbors

While Alex and Ani’s vineyard in Sakonnet RI is both beautiful and also somewhat remote in comparison to other vineyard climates (in France and California you find vineyards literally right up against each other) amazingly enough, they are having a sonic issue with their neighbors who live miles away who have managed to tie up […]

“Burn” on the radio

I sent “Burn” to MVYRadio so they could debut it Tuesday and somehow the WXRV the River 92.5fm got hold of it and played Monday night. It’s not the worst problem to have and in the “arts’ world this sort of thing happens a lot. The important thing is the attention and the support.  You don’t need to know a lot about the […]

“Burn” is up!

“Burn” is available today! It’s been a journey putting this together.  I see it as a sonic reboot in a lot of ways and I thank David and Greg for helping me make this.   Go Here to download (MP3 or WAV). 1. Let’s Burn Everything 2. Last Night 3. Voices In Paris 4. I Still […]

Word of mouth.

It’s the most relevant.  When someone tells you about that movie they saw or that speech they heard.  Or maybe it was a great story that sticks out in their mind that they read in a book. In the ocean of attention deficit it’s actually worth talking about.  It’s worth listening to. I have received […]

10 year anniversary of “A Night at the Bazbar”

Matty Alger pounds a heineken as part of his drum solo finale as the rest of us look on (saxophonist Tim Mayer, bassist Rick O’Neale and myself -still donning the kufi). This was at the Bazbar in St. Barths (Gustavia harbor) in March of 2007 in a run of concerts that would make it onto […]