Seattle based rock band My Goodness has released a new acoustic version of their current single, "Cold Feet Killer," today. The studio version is available on the band's recently released album, Shiver + Shake, which is available now from Votiv at iTunes and
Stream My Goodness' acoustic version of "Cold Feet Killer" now at
My Goodness' debut full-length was recorded with the late legendary Seattle producer Rick Parashar (Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains, Temple of the Dog, Blind Melon), who helped define the region's signature 90's grunge sound. Singer Joel Schneider recently told The Stranger that "(Parashar) was a walking factory of musical ideas" and "was pushing us to be our very best and to go outside our musical comfort zone." "He will be greatly missed by all of us in My Goodness as well as by countless others."
Parashar and My Goodness' work in the studio resulted in a phenomenal rock record that continues to find new fans through word of mouth each day. Influenced by breakout 90's Seattle rock bands, the duo, consisting of Schneider and drummer Andy Lum, deliver a spellbinding set of musically intense and emotionally charged songs like "Cold Feet Killer," "Check Your Bones" and "Sweet Tooth." 
In addition to the new acoustic track, My Goodness has also revealed the first several dates of their fall/winter tour. The duo will tour as a three-piece with friend and bassist Cody Votolato of notable acts The Blood Brothers and Jaguar Love.
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My Goodness Tour Dates:
Oct 11 - Wilmington, NC - WRMR "Modern Rock Fest 2014" @ Cowan St. Festival Grounds
Oct 12 - Myrtle Beach, SC - 15th Annual Lip-Rippin' Chilympics Chili Cook Off @ Morse Park Landing
Oct 15 - Albany, NY - WEQX-FM Free Show @ The Hollow (EQX Miller Lite Concert Series)
Oct 16 - Northampton, MA - Pearl Street
Oct 28 - Seattle, WA - Ballot Bash 2014 @ Neumos
Nov 7 - Boston, MA - Radio BDC
Nov 9 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground Lounge
Dec 18 - Portland, OR - White Eagle

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