LOL Goodman Band – Rock and Blues




 “Foundations rooted in the Blues firmly embedded in Rock, a solid powerhouse rhythm section and a guitar virtuoso with a voice that sounds like it came from the Mississipi Delta.  Top it off with inventive, inspired, prolific songwriting, that’s

The second single release “LIVE MY LIFE WITH THE BLUES” on Right Track Records.  Released on March 3rd 2017.  The official YouTube video;

January 2017 saw the band make a fabulously successful appearance at The Great British Rock & Blues Festival, Butlins, Skegness.  Here are a couple of video reminders of the day;
Don’t go fishing
man blues

The first single release on RIGHT TRACK RECORDS – “Don’t Go Fishing” official video on YouTube:-

A short promotional video of our third album  –

Saturday 18th July headlining the Main Riverside Stage at Upton Blues Festival
“Water”  –  words & music by Lol Goodman
(Video  –  Ben Calvert)

“Lived my life with the Blues”  –  (L. Goodman)
(Video  –  Ben Calvert)

“Floating Bridge”  (Sleepy John Estes)  and “Heart, Soul, Love”  (L. Goodman)
(Thanks to Shedon88 for the video)

Sunday 28th June 2015 at Middleton Rock ‘n’ Blues Festival.  Lol Goodman Band’s opening number “Work to Live” from their second album “Tautology”

Sunday 1st march 2015 at Maryport Navy Club, Cumbria.
“Highway” from the album TAUTOLOGY released 2014
A little of “Outta sight, outta mind” from TAUTOLOGY
“Speak to me, baby” from TAUTOLOGY

Friday 20th February 2015 at Barrow RnB Club, Bar Continental, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria
“Searchin’ Man Blues” from the 2013 album, Old Dogs ‘n’ Licks.

This is how to finish your final number after a mammoth three hour set.  Recorded by the very talented Howard Wilkinson at The Olde Boars Head, Middleton on Sunday afternoon 28th December 2014.  The final gig of the year, warming up for some really promising gigs in 2015.  Bring it on!!


Recorded at the annual Peter Cowap Music Festival 2014, Middleton, Manchester.  The legend that is Victor Brox, recipient of British Blues Greats award at British Blues Awards 2014, performing two numbers ably supported by The Lol Goodman Band.

The Peter Cowap Music Festival 2014.  The Lol Goodman Band featuring Dave Turnbull on sax performing “Speak to me baby” and “Highway” from the album “Tautology”

Recorded by Terry Ashton at Trent Navigation,  Nottingham with our full five piece line-up.  Dave Turnbull on Sax and our newest member, Rod Mayall on keyboards.
This YouTube clip shows the band playing “Highway” from our 2nd CD “TAUTOLOGY” with a particularly moving sax solo from Dave;

Tracks from both “Old Dogs ‘n’ Licks”  and  “Tautology” on SoundcloudTautology CD cover 1