Joe Goodkin: Using Music to Tell Your Story

In this episode, of the podcast we speak with professional guitarist Joe Goodkin about using music to tell stories. We do a deep dive into the creative process of song writing and Joe shares his lessons on what it takes to become a touring musician in this day and age. 

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Joe Goodkin is a Chicago-based singer/songwriter. He tours the country performing his one-man folk-opera interpretation of Homer’s Odyssey (over 200 performances in over 30 states) and for years released music under the name Paper Arrows. In 2015, he released his first solo record, Record of Life, to wide college radio play and positive press. On February 10, 2017, Joe will release a sequel to Record of Life, entitled Record of Loss, on Quell Records.

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