Goose is the ultimate party band. Since the band's formation in 2001, they have brought their unique blend of funk and rock to the stage and consistently wowed fans everywhere they go. From rocking festivals to headlining their own shows, Goose is a must-see live music act.
The band was originally formed at Keene State College in NH by drummer Peter Anspach, guitarist Rick Mitarotonda, bassist Trevor Weekz, and keyboardist/vocalist Ben Atkind. Through their college radio station and local gigs, Goose quickly began to grow in popularity with the help of their infectious grooves and genre-defying sound.
In 2003, Goose added trumpet player Scott Metzger, cementing the band's funky sound with even stronger musical depth. With their lineup complete, the band released their self-titled debut album in 2004, followed by their acclaimed second album, "Moon Cabin," in 2006. The next few years only strengthened the band's unique sound, winning them fans across the US and Europe.
In 2012, Goose would eventually add one more member, bassist Rick Marshall, who helped the band craft their distinctively improvisational sound. By this time, Goose had become one of the most in-demand live shows around the world.
If you're a fan of Goose, don't miss out on bands like Aqueous, The Motet, Turkuaz, Kung Fu, Snarky Puppy and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong for similarly high-energy performances and irresistible grooves.
Goose's anthemic and always-danceable tracks have been a huge hit on the live circuit, especially with their fans. Standout tracks like "Hot Tea," "Golden Age," and "Miss Macy" have become fan favorites, as well as their live renditions of Radiohead's "Karma Police" and The Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer."
For high-energy funk, rock and groove vibes, Goose is the perfect fit. Experience Goose in their full energy yourself and explore the depths of their improvisational and genre-defying sound.
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