Derek Lee Goodreid

Derek Lee Goodreid Born to Raise Hell and Sing the Blues

Derek Lee Goodreid

Born to Raise Hell & Sing the Blues

DEREK LEE GOODREID BRINGS THE ENERGY OF BLUES IN HIS SINGLE

Another great review of my latest single, Born to Raise Hell & Sing the Blues. https://roadie-music.com/derek-lee-goodreid-traz-a-energia-do-blues-em-seu-single/

Get To Know Derek Lee Goodreid And His Release

Another interview and more insight to my inspirations, and passion for music. https://www.musicarenagh.com/get-to-know-derek-lee-goodreid-and-his-release/

Derek Lee Goodreid – Born to Raise Hell and Sing the Blues | Electric powerhouse

Check out this wonderful review and interview I did recently for my new single, Born to Raise Hell & Sing the Blues. https://sinusoidalmusic.com/2022/06/21/derek-lee-goodreid-born-to-raise-hell-and-sing-the-blues-electric-powerhouse/

DEREK LEE GOODREID – “THE LOVE” – GRITTY, GENUINE, AND, AT TIMES, VISCERALLY RAW! – Tunedloud!

“The Love” is a fantastic album. Each song folds into the next and one is left with a complete listening experience. Musically, it is all here, twangy and gritty guitars, dusty and driving rhythms, as well as incredibly raw vocals, all come together to form a stunning recording. Over the course...

DEREK LEE GOODREID DELIVERS ELECTRIFYING ROCKABILLY SINGLE ‘DEVIL’S DUE’ Around the Sound

DEREK LEE GOODREID DELIVERS ELECTRIFYING ROCKABILLY SINGLE ‘DEVIL’S DUE’ Collaborating with quality musicians upright bassist Stephen K. Donnelly from Ottawa, and Melbourne psychobilly guitarist Adrian Whyte, Derek Lee Goodreid delivers new prison-themed rock single ‘Devil’s Due’ contains every element to get listeners rocking and uplifted.Inspired by his life experiences and...

Rising Artists – Artist Interview: “Devil’s Due” with Derek Lee Goodreid

Rising Artists - Artist Interview: “Devil’s Due” by Derek Lee Goodreid Caitlin Stoddard Q:  I really enjoy the instrumentation on “Devil’s Due.” What was the inspiration behind the song?Goodreid: Musically the song was inspired by Johnny Cash’s At Folsom Prison album. The songs and noises of the prison and Cash’s gallows humour...