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Lee Goodness

I have been playing drums professionally for over 39 years. During that time, I have played just about every style of music, i.e. rock, blues, jazz, country, gospel, folk etc. I have national and international touring experience with both Chuck Leavell and Curtis Mayfield. While with Curtis, I did 6 European tours including the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Expo '90 in Japan, and toured extensively within the US. In addition, I performed in "live" TV and radio broacasts and video taping. Video credits include Curtis Mayfield: "Live at Ronnie Scott's" (Curtom,1988) "Do Be Down" (Curtom,1990) Album credits include Curtis Mayfield: "Live in Europe"(Curtom Records,1988) Billy Paul: "Wide Open" (Ichiban Records,1988) The Crawdads: "The First Cheap Cassette" (Ind,1994) "Swamp Songs and Blackwater Voodoo" (Ind, 1995) Bill Sheffield: "Real Time" (Hot Trax,1997) "Penny Candy" (Ind,2000) "Live at the Blue Raccoon" (Ind,2002) Bo Weevil: "Come From Here" (Ind,2003) Clarence Fountain & The Five Blind Boys From Alabama: "I'm Not That Way Anymore" (Air Gospel,2004) The Acker Bros: "If That, Then This" (Modern Artist Records,2007) "Wigged Out" (Modern Artist Records,2008) The Electromatics: "545" (Ind,2008) Currently I am working with the Atlanta based band "The Electromatics" and am involved in several recording projects as well as teaching. I am also a PRO-MARK drumsticks endorser.


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