Heartfelt Rock’n’Roll from Dallas, TX
Born in Dallas, Texas to two hard-working middle class parents, Bryant Goodall was raised on rock. Starting at an early age, he began performing in musicals and his church youth choir. In 2005, he founded the southern rock, jam outfit A Partial Freakout with other Dallas locals Blair Mitchell, Robbie Crist and Clint Justice. The band soon added local talents Warren Barry, Will Dowdy and Kyle Atkinson to complete the lineup as a 7-piece. After three years of heavy gigging, regional touring and 300+ shows the band called it quits and Bryant felt that he no longer needed to perform. He took a hiatus and focused on being a loving husband and loyal friend.
It wasn’t long before his creative juices were flowing again as he started gigging as a solo performer. In 2012, Bryant returned to the Dallas music scene with his Bryant Goodall Trio that focused mainly on using carefully crafted originals with covers from his favorite artists. In 2013, he formed the group Bryant Goodall & The All Good Band with a few other Dallas artists. He is currently performing solo acoustic and hopes to write music in any capacity he can.
Bryant Goodall has hosted open-jams and open mic nights at many of the area’s music venues and has built a reputation for being a gracious performer and collaborator. He is currently available for solo acoustic shows, private shows, and charity events. Feel free to contact him if you have any booking inquiries.