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Jason Myles Goss

Why T&S Likes him » Sometimes T&S comes across a musical act that we totally fall in love with. Jason Myles Goss is definitely one of them. Then we wonder why some of the people we like haven’t blown up yet. Well, we’ve decided that a blown-up act is definitely not a good thing. We’d prefer musical notes over blood and gore any day of the week.

But seriously, Jason’s an incredibly talented lyricist, songwriter, and performer. See him live; his charisma is endearing and enchanting. Pay attention to his lyrics; they evoke imagery of things like angels who fly by your window, wet city streets after the rain on a cool night, and the introspective solitude of being awake at 4am. Oh, and listen to his craft; through it, you’ll soon begin to see the perfection in the raggedy edges of life.

A son of Boston who has un/fortunately relocated to Brooklyn, Jason still plays a lot in and around our fair city. Check out his site to catch his next show!

The Official Word » “For me, a great song always finds a creative way to point to something beyond itself, something subtle that often exists between the lines, but that continues to pull at you long after the song is over.”

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