Jason Myles Goss

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Jason Myles Goss
Born (1981-07-25)July 25, 1981
Hopedale, Massachusetts, U.S.
Origin Hopedale, Massachusetts, USA
Genres Indie rock
Acoustic rock
Indie folk
Instruments Guitar
Vocals
Years active 1999-present
Labels Self-released
Website Official website

Jason Myles Goss (born July 25, 1981) is an American singer-songwriter.

Biography[edit]

Goss lives in Brooklyn, but is originally from Hopedale, Massachusetts. He has self-released five albums to date, plus a live EP. Goss's noteworthy appearances include an entry in the 2003 Newport Folk Festival's Songwriter Contest, in which he finished as one of five finalists. He cites Gillian Welch, Josh Ritter, Elliott Smith, and David Gray as contemporary influences, and Bob Dylan as a lifelong, major influence.

Goss began writing and performing solo songs at Oberlin College, where he studied as an undergraduate before moving to Brooklyn to focus on his solo career.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Long Way Down (2003), self-released
  • Another Ghost (2005), self-released
  • A Plea For Dreamland (2009), self-released
  • Radio Dial (2012), self-released
  • This Town Is Only Going To Break Your Heart (2015), self-released

EPs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BTR Live Studio with Jason Myles Goss". Breakthru Radio. September 21, 2007. 

External links[edit]