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"The Goodfight-Good & Evil [a double e.p.]"

"So, here I am... with renewed faith and belief in the music of today. Happy there is still plenty of talent existing out there who have yet to be discovered among the 'mass-produced-and-manufactured' sounding stuff....The Goodfight's edgy vocals, expressive lyrics and fluid melodies are like the perfect storm. All combining just right, and thus expressing the passion and depth of his music."


"The Goodfight-Good & Evil"

Side one is called "We are far too easily pleased" and consists of mostly catchy rock with preachy song titles such as "Honesty Is The Best Policy" and "Those Pills and That Bottle Are A Trap" that almost make me feel like my mother is going to sing these songs to me. Other titles I believe I've seen in fortune cookies ("Success Doesn't Fix Everything"). The second side is called "Holiday" and is comprised of more unplugged, but deeply textured pieces that are more of an art than pop music. So side one will appeal to the popsters who crave instant gratification; side two to those who are more into quiet, fine dining.

As Jonathan Rich elaborates, "I thought it would be interesting to build a massive divide between the two EPs, while still telling a story that was central". And this is exactly what he does on "Good & Evil". Readers who know me will have guessed by now that I am way more into the songs on side one. Favorites include the snappy "I Put You In A Box But I'm The One That's Boxed In", the highly melodic "She's Too Pretty To Be So Ugly", and the slow burner "Mirrors Don't Lie But People Do". And, just to showcase my occasional inclination towards musical sophistication, I will also highlight "Revolution" from side two. - Bill's Music Forum


2006 | Home Again | Independent release in U.S. | Trolley Bus Records in Japan
*Produced by Matt Goldman [Copeland, Cartel]
*listed as one of the top 10 albums of 2006 by

2009 | Good & Evil | Rebuilt Records
*Produced by Jonathan Rich w/ Jeff Wood and Paul Reeves
*Double E.P. with an entire collection of acoustic b-sides
*all physical and digital sales of "Good & Evil" will be given to CHARITY:Water to build wells all over the world where people are in desperate need of clean water.



The Goodfight is a Rock and Roll band from Atlanta, Ga. In the fall of 2009 they released their sophomore album "Good & Evil" a double EP chalked full of ear candy that spans the spectrum of musical influence and arrangement. Due to it's sonic flexibility, "Good & Evil" pushes the Goodfight into both acoustic singer-songwriter venues, and the traditional bar/club circuit.

"Having the double E.P. and a collection of songs that are so musically opposite gives us a lot of freedom to play in alot of places a loud rock and roll bands couldn't go, which I am very excited about," says lead singer and songwriter Jonathan Rich.

And go they will...the Goodfight is known for it's energetic live show that engages audiences from a wide spectrum of demographics and will be touring that show throughout the southeast as well as spot dates in New England & the West Coast in 2010.