JazzTimes by Russ Davis “At times I felt like I was hearing what Jimi Hendrix might be doing were he alive today. Other times I felt I was hearing what Return To Forever in their classic quartet configuration might sound like if Stanley Clarke were the leader. The crowd, and I, loved it…”
All About Jazz By Woodrow Wilkins. (Richie Goods) is non-stop with that bass. His flow, his determination, his body movements, his facial expressions…he is a whole package of funky fusion bass playing and I fell in love with his sound and energy. Richie Goods & Nuclear Fusion: Live at The Zinc Bar!!… It is gorgeous […]
In 2002, Richie joined such jazz luminaries as Ahmad Jamal, George Benson, and Billy Strayhorn, as the youngest inductee to the Pittsburgh Jazz Hall of Fame. Richie’s hometown honored him in a surprise ceremony packed with family, friends, teachers and mentors, for his body of work and musical contributions to the genre.