Goose was a last-minute addition, contributing three sets to a sold-out Playing in the Sand. The groovy gaggle landed on the main stage for an unannounced welcome party for a notoriously passionate deadhead fan base, who flock across the world to see their beloved music legends perform in an intimate setting.
On Saturday, December 21st, Norwalk, CT based indie-groove band Goose hosted Goosemas VI at the historic Wall Street Theatre. This year’s sold-out hometown show was the capstone to a year of incredible growth, as the quartet progressed from playing at small bars to nationally renowned theaters in a matter of months.
Goose announced their plans to collect canned and dry goods at their sold-out Goosemas concert on December 21 at the Wall Street Theatre in Norwalk, CT. The food drive will benefit Open Doors, a social service organization and shelter in Norwalk that has been providing support for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness since 1983.
Last Thursday, the Connecticut-based quartet Goose found its way back to the familiar nesting grounds of Fort Collins, Colorado and the Aggie Theatre. Playing to over 300 patrons, the band and its loyal flock took flight for two sets and nearly three hours of originals, covers, and enough improvised jam in between to suspend the belief that human flight is impossible.
Goose is an indie-groove band from Connecticut. Rick Mitarotonda is the guitarist-singer-songwriter up front—his tunes are folky and hummable, and the man can shred. Peter Anspach on guitar and keys joins Trevor Weekz on bass and Ben Atkind on drums. They all can play, and they like to go to very deep space places.