SEEKINGOther Percussion, Flute, Other, Mandolin, Dobro, Bagpipes.
Chad Goldsmith has been an active local musician in Boise for over two decades, playing solo recitals in venues like the Morrison Center, the Nampa Civic Center and the Simplot Multi Event Center. He plays and sings in acoustic folk rock bands as well as performs Irish folk music.
He has just released his first record featuring a full band with vocals and harmonies. Aaron Campbell plays acoustic, electirc, and the bass guitar. Mark Doubleday accompanies on cello. And Veteran Musician Bob Peters is on drums. It is called "Mask of Eternity".
His previous releases are: Tree of Cups- original contemporary instrumental piano arrangements with some string accompaniments, and Tree of Bells- instrumental holiday arrangements with cellist Lisa Cooper and flutist Karlin Coolidge from the Boise Philharmonic.
All are CD's are available for preview or purchase online at cdbaby. or the Record Exchange in Boise.
- Screen name:
- Chad Gold
- Member since:
- Mar 26 2011
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- 48 years
Jethro Tull, Steeleye Span, Pogues, Planxty, Sting, Peter Murphy, Altan
Members Of Band
Chad Gold - songwriting, lead vocals, piano/keys
Mike Cornish - upright bass
Lisa Bittick - violin (fiddle), vocals
small sound system - monitors etc. and access to larger system on borrow...
County Down Track number: 6 Year: 2010 Album: Mask of Eternity Genre: Celtic
(Traditional Irish) In Banbridge Town near the County Down One morning past July, On a rolling green came a sweet colleen, She smiled as she passed me by. She looked so sweet, from her two bare feet To her smile and her nut-brown hair. Such a coaxing elf, sure I shook myself to see I was really there. From Bantry Bay down to Derry Quay, And from Galway to Dublin Town, No maid I've seen like the brown colleen That I met in the County Down. Onward sped, sure I shook my head, And I looked up a feeling rare. And I says, says I, to a passer-by, "Who's the maid with the nut-brown hair?" He smiled at me, and he said, said he, "She's the gem of Ireland's crown, Rose McCann from the banks of the Bann, She's the Star of the County Down." Chorus INSTRUMENTAL At the harvest fair, she'll be there, I'll be dressed in my Sunday clothes, With my hat cocked right and my shoes shined bright and a smile from my nut-brown rose. No pipe I'll smoke, no yolk I'll yolk, 'Til my plough is a rust-colored brown, 'Til a own dear bride by my own fireside is the Star of the County Down. Chorus