GOOSE’s show Wednesday night at The Pageant was exactly what this old school [Widespread] “Panic” fan needed! They brought the heat with jam-heavy sets and didn’t let up.
The band opened with “The Whales”, a song off their latest album, Dripfield, and got the sold out crowd on their feet with a nice little jam tucked in at the end. They closed the first set with the funky track, “So Ready”.
The second set of the night did not disappoint as the band opened it with “Hungersite > Magic Carpet Ride”, as well as a cover of Bobby Blue Bland’s “Turn On Your Lovelight”, channeling the Dead and a nod to Col. Bruce. The vibe in the room was so infectious that people of all ages danced in the aisles.
GOOSE jammed an excellent show, the crowd was pumped, and the intimacy of The Pageant was the perfect room for such a performance.
Review and photos by: Kasey Brookshire
Danya is a music junkie and an accomplished producer and writer. With over 20 years in the music and media industry, she worked in St. Louis radio as an on-air talent for 16 years, in television as a writer/producer/assignment editor at KMOV-TV, and started her own podcast at Radiodanya.com showcasing St. Louis’ local music scene, is currently the host of
Arch City Live and is an on-air talent on 105.7 The Point. She received her Bachelor Degree from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and her Masters Degree from Saint Louis University. In addition to contributing to Arch City Media, she is a writer/editor/photographer for an online publication dedicated to documenting live shows throughout the U.S.: The Spectatour: We Spectate, We Tour. Aside from music’s spectrum of genres, she is also an avid hockey, baseball, and soccer fan.