Goose was a funk band that formed in Adelaide in the late 1990s.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Goose was originally established in London in 1997 as an outlet for trombonist Dave Palmer's song writing, the band was then reborn as an Adelaide funk group when Dave returned to Adelaide in 1999. Here he was joined by local songwriters Paul White (The Airbenders) and Sam Moody who helped put together a 16 piece band of some of the city’s most talented and experienced jazz and funk musicians.

Members[edit | edit source]

  • Andrew Bignell - drums
  • Shane Ellery - keyboards
  • Damon Grant - alto saxophone
  • Warren Heading - trumpet
  • Gordon Lambie - trumpet, vocals
  • Sam Moody - guitar, bass, vocals
  • Nick Mulder - trombone
  • Dave Palmer - trombone
  • Nick Panousakis - guitar
  • Peter Raidel - tenor saxophone
  • Damien Steele Scott - bass
  • Steve Todd - percussion
  • Ben Todd - percussion
  • Urszula White - vocals
  • Paul white - keyboards, organ

Past Members

  • Brett Spilsbury - baritone saxophone
  • Darryn Farrugia - drums
  • Dave McEvoy - piano
  • Dominic Palmer - bass
  • Dustan Cox - tenor saxophone
  • Frank Althuizen - baritone sax
  • Graeme Reynolds - trumpet
  • Jonathan Ormrod - guitar
  • Mike Stewart - alto saxophone
  • Simon Rigby - drums

Discography[edit | edit source]

  • Schwang - (1999)
  • Down on the Dancefloor - (2005)
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