Live Review: Goose @ The Chrysalis in Merriweather Park — 8/12/22

Goose performs on the first of two nights at The Chrysalis in Merriweather Park the evening of Aug. 12, 2022. (Photo by Casey Vock)

It’s difficult to keep tabs on the progress and achievements of some of the busiest and most prolific bands out there.

But you’d have to be intentionally ignoring live music news to have missed any recent updates on Goose, a group that began in earnest in 2014 and has experienced a recent rapid rise in popularity, including through the pandemic years.

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Live Review: Goose @ 9:30 Club — 3/1/22

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Rick Mitarotonda leads Goose on the first of back-to-back sold-out nights at 9:30 Club on March 1, 2022. (Photo by Casey Vock)

Few endeavors can be as damning out of the gate as charting the course of a jam band, a breed of live and recorded music that has — whether right or wrong — earned itself a preconceived reputation.

But take stock of the group that wears that tag like a badge of pride in grabbing the whole scene right by the short and fluffies.

Behold: Goose.

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Music Park: Goodnight Moonshine @ Pearl Street Warehouse — 5/31/18

Goodnight Moonshine (Photo courtesy the band)

Goodnight Moonshine, the project of married couple Molly Venter and Eben Pariser, appeared at Pearl Street Warehouse on Thursday in their Keep the Spark Tour alongside Eben’s regular band, Roosevelt Dime.

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Don’t Miss: Goodnight Moonshine @ Pearl Street Warehouse, 5/31/18

Goodnight Moonshine (Photo courtesy the band)

Editor’s Note: Due to Ticketfly being down, Pearl Street Warehouse made this show free.

Songwriters Molly Venter of Americana group Red Molly and Eben Pariser of Brooklyn quintet Roosevelt Dime together are husband and wife. Together, they also are folk duo Goodnight Moonshine. Goodnight Moonshine takes its Keep the Spark Tour to Pearl Street Warehouse on Thursday, May 31, and the band releases a new record, I’m The Only One Who Will Tell You, You’re Bad, on Friday, June 1.

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