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posted Friday, May 14, 2010 - Volume 38 Issue 20
Goss and Clark bring Spring Tour to Seattle
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Goss and Clark bring Spring Tour to Seattle

by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

Big Spring Tour 2010
May 7
Café Metropolitain


On Friday, May 7, openly Gay singer-songwriters Tom Goss and Jeremiah Clark played to a captive audience in the intimate setting of Café Metropolitain on Capitol Hill, as part of their 'Big Spring Tour 2010.' The two artists welcomed local acoustic alternative band No Rey to play the Seattle show with them.

Both Goss and Clark have energetic acoustic styles, and both have an aptitude for songwriting. Goss and Clarke played most of their music separately (versus onstage together) and they work well together as solo artists as they both have a strong independent presentation that would be lost if they played as a duo.

Most of the shows Clark and Goss play are in small, intimate settings. "Our music is, in many ways, an extremely personal part of who we are, and we connect to the audience because of that," Clark told SGN in an earlier interview. "You don't often get that kind of performance with touring musicians. You have popular artists selling out arenas and concert halls and perhaps, one day, we will be those musicians. & But for now, we prefer to reach out to fans in a different way that speaks to them on a level you can't get in stadium seating."

The two artists invited me and everyone else in the bar to join them at their table during and between sets. Their demeanors were those of people fresh of the road: slightly exhausted, but excited and opportunistic.

Goss admitted to losing the car keys while cleaning the car at a gas station between Spokane, where they played their last show, and Seattle. "The keys must have fallen off the dashboard and into the trash I was throwing away," said Goss. It took some doing on both Clark and Goss's part, but the keys were found and they made it to Seattle with 30 minutes to spare before the show.

The "Big Spring Tour 2010" is an ambitious 40-city tour, however, both artists say they are living it up. Clark is planning an extensive Gay Pride tour for 2010 to support his forthcoming unnamed album and his recent single, "A History Book."

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