Entries by Evan Goodrow

The speech

I stood up and gave a Thanksgiving speech at the age of 6 that floored everyone in the room, and I don’t remember it, at least accurately, and the family still talks about it to this day. You might say it was an immortal moment in my childhood. And since my family have always spoken […]

A single? Yes, a single.

In 25 years as a full time musician, 18 self produced full length albums, maybe another 20 demo writing records for others, guest on over 30 more… “Just” will be my first single release. As in ever. More details to follow. Enjoy one of the new Rumble mixes:

We play through time (for the busker)

We play through time We sing to those that only half listen They come back when the ship is going down To remember again For the comfort of the song that takes them back To the way back Through this world we move On a street somewhere Playing now forgotten chords These notes leave our […]

15 to 18 minute Rumble Mixes

If you practice for ten years, you may begin to please yourself, after 20 years you may become a performer and please the audience, after 30 years you may please even your guru, but you must practice for many more years before you finally become a true artist-then you may please even God.    -Ali […]

When the “Babies” are gone

“Need your love so bad” is the first track on my first record “Red.” I re-made it last night -musically and I changed some things with the lyrics. Most notably, the “babies” are gone. Why must the babies be gone you ask? They don’t really need to be, it’s just a choice. “Baby” was used […]

Eye contact

I’ve got some of my own funny little opinions about some things.   I detest singers who wear sunglasses when they sing; I want to look in their eyes.   I want to know if they really feel what they sing and the eyes can’t lie. I probably don’t have to mention that the blind […]


Waiting for the dawn And it always takes too long It can be so bright But when the sun rises I won’t take my eyes away from the sky Just Living on a dream It ain’t always easy to see The road ahead When you only know the one behind Forgiveness is an open hand […]