Orebolo, an acoustic trio featuring Rich Mitarotonda (vocals, guitar) Peter Anspach (vocals, guitar), Jeff Arevalo (upright bass) announced a series of six winter tour dates. The band, comprised of members of the emergent Connecticut rock group Goose, will make stops in upstate New York and Vermont in December, followed by a trio of shows in Colorado in late January including a show at Denver’s Ogden Theatre with Montana bluegrass outfit Kitchen Dwellers.

Coming in hot from the night before, Goose closed the opening run to their fall tour with a burning show at Terminal 5 in New York, NY that included a surprise third set. The band sold out the two-night run at the 3,000 person venue and did not disappoint their fans with tasty bust-outs and debuts.

Goose, the scorching hot jam band on the rise from Connecticut, achieved liftoff into their 2021 fall tour on Friday night at Terminal 5 in New York, New York for a sold out crowd that was five times larger than their prior New York City show. Despite the crowded setting, the band delivered a new original and a previously unplayed Vampire Weekend cover, among other set list niceties and surprises, to dazzle new fans and reward the veterans.

SweetWater Brewery Company and Happy Ending Productions Present the return of SweetWater 420 Fest from April 29 through May 1 in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Festival announces the full 2022 lineup, including headliners Oysterhead, Trey Anastasio Band (2 sets), and The String Cheese Incident (2 sets).

The past two years have seen Connecticut rockers Goose grow from a local bar band to a premiere festival headliner who are today announcing their biggest show to date. On December 18, the band will be celebrating their annual “Goosemas” event at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT, marking the eighth iteration of their annual holiday concert, a tradition that began with humble roots in the basement of a Norwalk, CT music studio.

Today, intrepid Connecticut-based rock act Goose announced an upcoming return to the West Coast for an eight-date tour. Commencing in late January, the band will migrate west for it’s first-ever headlining run of shows along the Pacific Coast, making stops at a handful of never-before-played venues. 1/26 will see the Goose in Tempe, AZ (Marquee Theater), followed by a trio of California shows in San Diego (The Observatory), Los Angeles (The Fonda), and San Francisco (Regency Ballroom).

For the second time this year, the jam industry is rallying around Chris Friday, a Burlington-based music industry figure. Earlier this year, Friday received the devastating news that his 11-year-old son, Iggy, contracted Acute Lymphoid Leukemia. This week, several notable bands and artists once again donated a multitude of unique merchandise for auction. The auction runs from July 7th - 11th 5 PM ET.

Wisconsin welcomed Goose back to the Cheese State for one more night of epic jams and good company on Saturday, July 3rd at The Pines Music Park in Eau Claire, WI. The band did not disappoint, as the pod shows turned mini festival included much more than just the music. The gaggle of fans participated in activities during the day, creating many new friends and memories.

Jamband darling Goose kicked off the July 4th weekend and the second leg of their summer tour like a firecracker at The Pines Music Park in Eau Claire, Wisconsin to a sold out crowd, many seeing the band for the first time. The weather cooperated, dairy products were plentiful, and the vibe was very chill compared to Goose’s home in the Northeast.

Goose returned for another night of tight jams and an exciting set list full of shenanigans at the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT yesterday. This included two new songs from their recent album release, Shenanigan’s Nite Club, a set list rarity and two covers. This sold out show certainly lived up to the hype.

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