Rick Mitarotonda

Goose, the head turning indie jam rock squad from Connecticut who recently sold out Radio City Music Hall in New York City, kicked off the second leg of their stacked summer tour at The Chrysalis in Merriweather Park. Located in Columbia, MD, this was the first time Goose had played in this innovative space.

The indie groove quintet Goose released their new album Dripfield on Saturday, June 25 to a sold out crowd at New York City's Radio City Music Hall. The show was the second of a two night stand, where both nights had three sets of music including a special acoustic first set.

Goose brought another tight performance to the always delightful former tennis stadium turned music venue Westville Music Bowl, in New Haven, CT, despite seemingly ominous skies to kick off the night on May 28th, 2022. The band was on fire night two of the Dripfield tour to promote the upcoming album release with the same name. An almost ethereal Dripfield vibe permeated this show in particular, and radiated love to attendees.

Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and the jam rock quintet Goose ushered in the summer concert season with a heater at the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT last night on the first of a two night stand. This feel good "hometown state" show, as described by multi-instrumentalist Peter Anspach, included a mix of new and old songs, with no shortage of heavy hitters.

Raising the bar with incredible jams and set list delights has become a pastime for the rising jam band Goose. Last Saturday night was no exception, as they closed out their winter tour and two night stand in Philadelphia, Pa with an absolute bang. The jam packed Fillmore Philly alone was a testament to their unprecedented growth, as fans were clustered tightly in the back bars without any view of the stage.

Goose, the self described indie jam band, descended into Philadelphia, PA and delivered a smoking hot first night of a two night stand at the Fillmore Philly. Last night’s show was their first ever performance in the City of Brotherly Love, and for an extremely packed, sold out crowd. Goose’s epic rise in popularity continued last night, as many in the crowd were at their first ever show.

The rescheduled eighth annual Goosemas went off without a hitch last Saturday night and included many surprises, most notably the engagement of a band member during the second set. Hosted at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT by the rising jam band Goose, this year's event sold out to a significantly larger crowd than the last in person Goosemas.

The jam rock quintet Goose has been selling out shows and headlining venues where they previously served as the opening band because they deliver epic shows night after night, engage with fans via social media, and find new ways to exercise their creativity. This Connecticut based squad continues to rise up and come together, while attracting a kind and friendly fan base to join them on the ride.

The rising, self declared indie groove jam band Goose delivered a stellar performance on Saturday night's sold out show at San Francisco's iconic Regency Ballroom, and the first of a two night stand in the Bay Area. Prior to the 2022 Winter Tour, the band last played in California in February of 2020, just prior to the shutdown for the covid-19 pandemic, ironically at the Regency Ballroom. This night marked an exciting homecoming for the band and fans.

Last Thursday marked the first show of the first Orebolo tour ever. Orebolo is an acoustic side project for three members of the upcoming and coming Connecticut based jam band, Goose. The concept came about during the covid-19 pandemic when Rick Mitarotonda (guitar), Peter Anspach (guitar, keyboards) and Jeff Arevalo (percussion) were stuck living together under one roof. They did what any talented quarentining musicians should do: live streams.

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