Articles about GCS

GCS to play in Missoula on Fri, Aug 28, 2015

Goose Creek Symphony will headline Friday Aug 28 from 8:30-10:30 on Main Street at the River City Roots Festival in Missoula, MT. With a following similar to Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, GCS blazed trails between a wide mix of rock and roll, folk, jazz and country.  Goose Creek Symphony has used horns, fiddles and special

GCS on Music City Roots

Goose Creek Symphony is considered by many to be one of the most original bands of their time. Major record labels (Capitol & Columbia) of the 60s/early 70s didn’t know what to do with a band that played a mixture of rock and roll, folk, jazz and country with an undeniable hillbilly influence, a hippie

Live In Canada ’72 & ’74

"if you don’t know about Goose Creek Symphony, this is a fine time to feed your head." There’s a moment during the version of “Talk About Goose Creek” on Live In Canada ’72 & ’74 when Goose Creek Symphony’s lead vocalist/acoustic guitarist Charlie Gearheart sings: “Drumsticks flyin’, the guitars ringin’/ Boys, we sure like pickin’

Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame inductees include two local musicians

PRESCOTT - Two Yavapai County locals join the ranks of Arizona entertainers in the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame on Sunday when the prestigious organization inducts the Phoenix-based Goose Creek Symphony. The ceremony is from 5-9 p.m. at the Orpheum Theater (Phoenix Convention Center), 100 N. Third St., in Phoenix. Charlie Gearheart of

Goose Creek Symphony Goes Around, Comes Around

Published: 2008/10/25 by Mick Skidmore Goose Creek Symphony is one of those bands that should have been much bigger than they were, but back in the late 60s/early 70s record labels really didn’t know what to do with a band that played a mixture of rock and roll, folk, jazz and country with an undeniable

GCS at the Mountain Arts Center

2005-05-11 life & times Goose Creek Symphony will make appearance at MAC PRESTONSBURG —  'The question we're asked most," says Charlie Gearheart, "is how do you define your music? I've always said I don't know!" laughs the compact man with the big baritone voice. "It's a good feeling that no one can put you into