Justin Goodrich
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Justin Goodrich

Lowell, Massachusetts, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2005 | SELF

Lowell, Massachusetts, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2005
Solo Alternative Singer/Songwriter

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"Album Review "A Revenant Affair""

Hailing from Boston’s FNice Records, comes 24 year old Justin Goodrichwith a fresh, new sound- one which you don’t generally find within the clubs of Boston.

Through the release of his third album, A Revenant Affair, Goodrich captures his audience in a most unique way, while demonstrating his innate musical ability.

With each track, Goodrich’s voice brings a captivating new level to his music-a territory well covered by melodic guitar and beautifully incorporated keyboard. It is almost as if he is serenading his audience. With lyrics such as “”Deeper in between the arms of love and hate, lies buried beneath the stains of your regret.” It’s easy to get swept away into this artist’s mind and melodies.

Other personal favorites from A Revenant Affair include “Loving You Is Killing Me.”, “In the Night, “You, My Love”, and of course, the above mentioned “Deeper Inside”, which provides rather touching inflections within the song. But it doesn’t stop there-each track is a new exploration through various chords and lyrics. Truth be told, the album had me hooked from beginning to end.

Throughout the album, I’m never once bored-and I believe that’s what makes it so unique amongst other acoustic albums out there. It is also incredibly versatile, with both an array of hopeful, charismatic melodies and a much softer side-one which allows for relaxation and reflection.

With three albums already under his belt, and a DVD release of the documentary The Haunted Boy: Secret Diary of The Exorcist, in which Goodrich plays The Haunted Boy (Oh yeah, did we mention this musician can also act?) it’s no wonder he has already secured future projects. Among them is Conquest Pictures’ sophomore film, The Pact, directed by Rob Fitz. Their first release was titled “God of Vampires” and was released internationally.

With all this talent, and new projects in the works, it doesn’t look like Goodrich is slowing down anytime soon-and we can’t wait to see what he has in store. - Infectious Magazine


"Album Review "A Revenant Affair""

Hailing from Boston’s FNice Records, comes 24 year old Justin Goodrichwith a fresh, new sound- one which you don’t generally find within the clubs of Boston.

Through the release of his third album, A Revenant Affair, Goodrich captures his audience in a most unique way, while demonstrating his innate musical ability.

With each track, Goodrich’s voice brings a captivating new level to his music-a territory well covered by melodic guitar and beautifully incorporated keyboard. It is almost as if he is serenading his audience. With lyrics such as “”Deeper in between the arms of love and hate, lies buried beneath the stains of your regret.” It’s easy to get swept away into this artist’s mind and melodies.

Other personal favorites from A Revenant Affair include “Loving You Is Killing Me.”, “In the Night, “You, My Love”, and of course, the above mentioned “Deeper Inside”, which provides rather touching inflections within the song. But it doesn’t stop there-each track is a new exploration through various chords and lyrics. Truth be told, the album had me hooked from beginning to end.

Throughout the album, I’m never once bored-and I believe that’s what makes it so unique amongst other acoustic albums out there. It is also incredibly versatile, with both an array of hopeful, charismatic melodies and a much softer side-one which allows for relaxation and reflection.

With three albums already under his belt, and a DVD release of the documentary The Haunted Boy: Secret Diary of The Exorcist, in which Goodrich plays The Haunted Boy (Oh yeah, did we mention this musician can also act?) it’s no wonder he has already secured future projects. Among them is Conquest Pictures’ sophomore film, The Pact, directed by Rob Fitz. Their first release was titled “God of Vampires” and was released internationally.

With all this talent, and new projects in the works, it doesn’t look like Goodrich is slowing down anytime soon-and we can’t wait to see what he has in store. - Infectious Magazine


"Justin Goodrich Live @ Hard Rock Cafe"

It’s no secret that Infectious Magazine loves acoustic musician Justin Goodrich. There is something charming about not only the man behind the music, but the music itself.
As patrons pile into Boston’s Hard Rock Café, and Goodrich takes the stage, I’m faced with a pretty sizeable crowd. Familiar faces, and soon to be fans, the Hard Rock is anything but desolate on this Friday night.

Audience interaction is high as he kicks off his performance and makes sure to include them in humorous jokes, and personal anecdotes. Throughout his 45 minute set, consisting of both originals and covers, there’s never a dull moment. From fans dancing to his song “In The Night” to audience members recording his set-it’s no surprise they want to walk away from this night with captured memories.

At one point during a cover of Elvis Costello’s “Alison” I hear a man whisper to his friend “24….he’s 24” in disbelief. However the disbelief doesn’t end there as soon after comes another moment in which Goodrich himself is caught a little off guard, as a fan rushes to the stage to request an older song of his. Graciously, Goodrich obliges and launches into “With All My Heart” gaining even more audience attention throughout this poignant song.

As the night comes to a close, audience members rush over to Goodrich as he leaves the stage. Handshakes and hugs, compliments and admiration are easily handed out-and why shouldn’t they be? As always, Goodrich has performed brilliantly. - Infectious Magazine


"Justin Goodrich Live @ Hard Rock Cafe"

It’s no secret that Infectious Magazine loves acoustic musician Justin Goodrich. There is something charming about not only the man behind the music, but the music itself.
As patrons pile into Boston’s Hard Rock Café, and Goodrich takes the stage, I’m faced with a pretty sizeable crowd. Familiar faces, and soon to be fans, the Hard Rock is anything but desolate on this Friday night.

Audience interaction is high as he kicks off his performance and makes sure to include them in humorous jokes, and personal anecdotes. Throughout his 45 minute set, consisting of both originals and covers, there’s never a dull moment. From fans dancing to his song “In The Night” to audience members recording his set-it’s no surprise they want to walk away from this night with captured memories.

At one point during a cover of Elvis Costello’s “Alison” I hear a man whisper to his friend “24….he’s 24” in disbelief. However the disbelief doesn’t end there as soon after comes another moment in which Goodrich himself is caught a little off guard, as a fan rushes to the stage to request an older song of his. Graciously, Goodrich obliges and launches into “With All My Heart” gaining even more audience attention throughout this poignant song.

As the night comes to a close, audience members rush over to Goodrich as he leaves the stage. Handshakes and hugs, compliments and admiration are easily handed out-and why shouldn’t they be? As always, Goodrich has performed brilliantly. - Infectious Magazine


Discography

A Revenant Affair  (07/25/2011)
Fallen Angels, Tears of Stone (07/25/2011)
In Between The Panels  (04/22/2014)

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Justin Goodrich (born December 17th, 1986) is an American singer-songwriter and actor. Independently he has released two solo-acoustic EP's, "A Revenant Affair" and "Fallen Angels, Tears of Stone", and is releasing a new, full band EP titled "In Between The Panels" due out April 22, 2014. He has appeared in the SyFy Television network's "The Haunted Boy: Secret Diary of The Exorcist" as 'the haunted boy', and also briefly in the Walt Disney sci-fi film "The Surrogates".

Justin has made several appearances at local venues such as Hard Rock Cafe, Paradise Lounge, Lowell Memorial Auditorium, Roxy and more. He performed to a packed house singing with the burlesque troop The Betsi Feathers at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Cambridge, MA, and to over 50,000 viewers and listeners over Skype for the Twit Broadcasting Network Podcast 'NSFW'.

His upcoming release 'In Between The Panels' was written, performed and recorded by Justin, and produced by he and Adam Billitzer, who together co-own Diorama Records, home base for their music, video and film projects.

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