Since I last updated the web site I have been to a load of places! Here are some highlights from the road-
I recorded again in Memphis last march and the experience was very good to me. Dad went with once again. He always says "this will probably be the last time I go to Memphis with ya" I find that very hard to believe anymore. It's always nice to have some camaraderie on my trips and he loves to go hang out with Roland Janes, the engineer. Dad's always wanted and welcome to come. I hope to release the record this fall. From there I have had great solo shows at Patit Creek Cellars, Walla Walla Elks, and Ten Depot in La Grande.
May 25th 2012
Debut of The Brady Goss Band
Yes I finally have a band! We had a great debut at The Elgin Opera House Memorial Day Weekend. The band consists of drummer Josh Baruch, bassist Tom Carper, and myself. I'll be honest I was preparing for a dismal turnout given it was Memorial Day Weekend, but within the hour the place filled up, even the balcony! I was expecting 50, but instead we wound up with about 180 people in the intimate venue. It was definitely the most fun I have had at a show in a long time. The band and I felt very blessed to have such a great turnout, so if you were there and are reading this I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the support. I still get goose bumps from the noise of the crowd.
The band has now done a total of four shows and I really hope to book more, but for now I'm off to begin the fair circuit once again as a solo act. Be sure to keep tabs on the web site and come see me at a show!
Brady Goss (piano & vocals) was described from an early age as a piano phenom. Today he is recognized as an electrifying entertainer. Those who have witnessed his live shows are awed by his formidable keyboard speed then grabbed by soulful vocals that are loaded with passion and bring out the feel good emotions that keep fans of all ages wanting more. Influences such as Jerry Lee Lewis, Hank Williams, Eric Clapton, The Eagles, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and John Mayer might characterize him as Blues, 50’s Rock ‘N Roll, Classic Country, or Classic Rock, but Brady’s own unique improvisational style makes him truly one of a kind with a style all his own. His comfort and crowd pleasing ability on stage is truly remarkable, yet his people friendly, small town, regular kid, personality will convince fans of diverse musical desires and backgrounds to come along with him on the musical journey that will have everyone and especially Brady just having a blast.