In January - Geoff booked himself a tour to The Inauguration in Washington, D.C. and back. He's building his next record in stages, and will be releasing a series of 3-song singles as it develops. A Kickstarter campaign to fund the official studio recording is also in the planning stages.
When he's not making music, he continues his film and television career. Look for him in his reoccurring role on ABC's hit TV show, 'Nashville.' While living in St. Louis, Geoff was a featured musician in the documentary series The Chevy Music Showcase. In 2012 the videos they produced created a new wave of exposure and momentum for Geoff, via his episodes airing on the local CBS affiliate and their presence on YouTube.
Geoff performed a beautiful rendition of his song 'Chasing After You,' showcasing the range and emotional depths he has become known for. At the end of 2012, Geoff won a new Chevy Express tour van courtesy of The Mid America Chevy Dealers involved with the production of The Chevy Music Showcase. He took that van for a spin across the country on a January 2013 tour to the Inauguration, providing fun 'tour life' social media updates at chevymusicshowcase.com. On 'If It Feels Good, Don't Do It' - "It's sentimental, it's heroic, it's down home and sophisticated. It's everything people want their favorite singer-songwriter to be" - playbackstl.com "If you've always wanted to discover music's next big star before they became famous, don't make plans for Friday night..." - tcudailyskiff.com "Geoff Koch didn't take his own advice.
The folk-rock singer's latest album is so enjoyable, that he may never have recorded past the first song if he had listened to the album's title - 'If It Feels Good, Don't Do It.'" - Centre Daily Times Weekender "People should expect to see a guy that plays good music but deserves to be heard and appreciated. If I didn’t think I performed A+ shows, I wouldn’t do it.” - Flagpole Magazine Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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