A gun for hire guitarist turned singer-songwriter, Texas native Jerome Goosman takes his roots Americana and blues flavor of guitar playing and mixes it with a folk and pop style of singing and songwriting.
After earning a local name for himself as a sideman, his reputation eventually led him to tour the country with critically acclaimed folk singer and winner of NBC’s TV show “The Voice” Sawyer Fredericks and band. It was while he was on the road that he discovered the need to write and in between shows in hotel rooms or sometimes in the tour van during long drives he would work on his own music, crafting songs about life as a musician, uncertainty, and finding direction. After the tour, he returned to his residence in Connecticut to finish a soon to be released EP and to collaborate with other singer songwriters, honing his craft as a writer as well as a guitarist. A blues player from the South at heart, he combines his old school lead guitar style with carefully crafted and personal lyrics inspired by artists such as Jason Isbell, John Mayer, and The Lumineers.