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Born in Pittsburgh, bassist Richie Goods started his career early by playing in church and clubs while still in high school.

After graduating from Berklee, he moved to New York, studied under Ron Carter and Ray Brown, and worked with pianist Mulgrew Miller for nine years.

Goods also worked with the Headhunters, Lenny White, Milt Jackson, Russell Malone, Vincent Herring, Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, and Chris Botti among many others, shifting easily between jazz and r&b.

The youngest person ever inducted into the Pittsburgh Jazz Hall of Fame, he has led the Nuclear Fusion and headed albums of his own.

For this LiveStream from June 27, 2020, Richie Goods performs what he says was only his second solo bass concert; he starts on electric bass for “The Star Spangled Banner,” “Danny Boy” and a Prince song and then on acoustic bass displays his versatility (and bowing technique on one song) and virtuosity, performing a wide variety of high-quality material on both basses while holding one’s interest throughout.

– Scott Yanow

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