The Alberta-bred, Nashville-based country music star’s previous two albums have, in no particular order, topped the charts, produced a number one single and several top 10s, scored multiple CCMA and JUNO Award wins and nominations — notably winning 2018 CCMA Songwriter of the Year.
Oh yes, and yielded the bona fide anthem “Lonely Drum,” a double-platinum, global juggernaut that continues to pull ecstatic fans into its orbit, including radio host Bobby Bones, who championed the track on his internationally syndicated show.
And now, there’s the exhilarating Lucky Stars. Co-produced by Grammy Award–nominated Matt McClure with Goodvin alongside an esteemed lineup of collaborators, the new EP is that rarest of things: familiar yet completely new. And very, very ambitious.
Goodvin has just wrapped up a 14-city US tour and is ready to hit the road for a jam-packed 2022 with Canadian and additional US dates.
Performance is such a huge part of what I do; it’s the reason I write songs. Playing live is my happy place,” Goodvin laughs. “Besides, I have promised my dogs Telly and Olive dog food for life! And there’s only one way to guarantee it.”