Antonette Goroch
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Antonette Goroch

Berkeley, California, United States

Berkeley, California, United States
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AntonetteG
7" Vinyl Single--Pieces of Gravel
Light Rail Records 2012

AntonetteG
9 song CD, self-titled, RR-110
Rodent Records 2010

AntonetteG & The Golden Boys
7" Vinyl Single--My Horseshoe/Pretty Pictures RR-109 Rodent Records 2009

The Amazon Mollies:
Molly Rock (1997 BeIn World Records),
Promised Land (1999 BeIn World Records)
Sugar Molly (2000 BeIn World Records)

Liesl’s Wet Dress:
Shedding Skin, 9 Song CD (2001 Rodent Records)
Gingerbread Aliens 7" Vinyl Single (2004, Rodent Records)
Spielen 5 Song EP/CD (2005 Rodent Records)

The Hobbyists:
The Hobbyists, 12 song CD (2006 Rodent Records)

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AntonetteG (aka Antonette Goroch) is a vocalist, songwriter, mother, writer and world traveler. A moody songster and storyteller since the age of 5, she has dabbled in various musical styles including opera, musicals, rock, country, folk and blues. Antonette has recorded and co-produced several full length recordings as the singer/bassist for the all-girl indie rock trio, The Amazon Mollies (Molly Rock/1997, Promised Land/1999, Sugar Molly/2000); the singer/guitarist for the folk rock band, Liesl’s Wet Dress (Shedding Skin/2001, Gingerbread Aliens/2004, Spielen/2005); and the singer/guitarist for the indie folk duet, The Hobbyists (The Hobbyists, 2006). Throughout each of these incarnations, Antonette has been recognized for her voice, melodies and lyrics, described as “a compelling blend of intelligence, innocence and insight, with a dash of intellectual insanity.” An avid traveler, Antonette has toured throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe in bands and as a solo performer. She has also collaborated and performed as a guest with bands/artists including, Smile God Loves You, Poetics, ShellShag, and The Billy Talbot Band.