Raised in Western Kentucky on the Mississippi River Delta, in a strict church going family, S.G. Goodman went from singing in church three times a week to a prominent, politically active member of the Murray, KY indie rock scene. Her critically acclaimed Jim James-produced debut, Old Time Feeling, drew the attention of everyone from The Fader, Rolling Stone, NPR, and PBS Newshour. Rolling Stone called her a “rock and roll truth teller.
Her follow-up album, Teeth Marks, explores how trauma will log-jam in the body, drawing on musical influences from Velvet Underground to Pavement, to Karen Dalton and Lucinda Williams. Across 11 tracks, Goodman’s personal vignettes all focus on love’s lasting mark, in turn creating a landmark release that further establishes her as one of the most impassioned and idiosyncratic voices of her generation. Teeth Marks has received wide critical acclaim, and was named as one of NPR Music’s 50 Best Albums of 2022, Stereogum’s Best Country Albums of 2022, Rolling Stone’s Best Country and Americana Albums of 2022, among others.
Goodman is currently nominated by the Americana Music Awards as an Emerging Act of the Year for 2023. She has toured with Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit and Tyler Childers this year. She’s set to support Margo Price this September, before embarking on a headline tour this October / November.
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