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ABOUT CHRIS GOFF
Chris was born into one of California's gospel music families that transplanted to Nashville in the late 70s, “The Singing Goff Family.” They recorded 10 different projects on the Calvary/Lifestream music label out of Nashville with multiple songs hitting the National Gospel Music Top 40 charts.
At the age of 4 he recorded his first song on a family album. At 9 years old he became the family’s full-time drummer. That same year Chris had the privilege of performing his first time on the stage of Nashville's “Grand Ole Opry.” Over the years of performing there, he was honored to become acquainted with some of country music's greatest legends.
When he turned 14 the group went through some changes and Chris was brought to the forefront to sing trio with his parents. He went on to co-produce his first project in Nashville with his father, Kenny Goff and another song from that recording hit the National Gospel Music Top 40 charts.
He attributes his passion for music and learning to play several instruments to his family upbringing and mentoring from his brothers Randy and Kevin.
Chris has had the opportunity of sharing the stage with several accomplished entertainers such as Joe Nichols, Trick Pony, Billy Currington, The Wilkinsons, Steve Cropper (Guitarist - The Blues Brothers / Booker T), and Mark Stephens (Pianist - Josh Groban) as well as many others.
Chris is now focusing his efforts on songwriting and does some co-writing with his nephew, Seth Nolan. You can see them performing at some of Nashville's songwriter showcases. Chris also currently performs with gospel music's The Hinsons.