Cranbrook based alternative folk band the Good Ol’ Goats are excited to return to Lethbridge and give audiences a taste of their upcoming new CD “The Days” on April 29 at the Slice with the Wine Soaked Preachers.
“The last time we were in Lethbridge it was super fun. We had a great opening band and everyone was really hyped to see us,” said Clayton parsons, who plays guitar, dobro, banjo and sings background vocals with the Good Ol’ Goats.
he is excited about the new music and the more polished feel of the upcoming CD.
“This album has a more professional sound and a really decent sound. The first one was recorded live off the floor with all of us playing together. This one was multi-tracked so it doesn’t just sound like a bunch of people just jamming,” he said.
“We also have electric guitar, slide guitar, trumpet and bunch of instruments we didn’t have before,” said Parsons. The Good Ol’ Goats also include Nolan Ackert on banjo, guitar and lead vocals; Theo Moore on bass and back-up vocals; Joelle Winkel on auxiliary percussion and back up vocals; Danica Martin on trumpet, piano and back up vocals; and Julian Bueckert on the drums.