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Chris Good is an Ann Arbor, MI based singer-songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and organic vegetable farmer. Drawing inspiration from soul, folk, and west african music, Good mixes an eclectic sound full of positivity & spirit-filled energy with poignant, humorous and engaging lyrics. 

In fall 2012, Chris celebrated the release of his debut solo album, Beautiful, which features an all-star band of many of Michigan's finest musicians including members of the Macpodz and Ragbirds as well as indie luminaries Theo Katzman and Matt Jones. The album also features some of his bandmates from Mutual Kumquat his soul-folk-pop band of 12 years, which has released 5 self-produced albums and performed across the country.

Recent years have seen Chris continue to perform occasionally with his longtime band Mutual Kumquat as well as playing across Michigan as a solo artist and with his ever rotating cast of Ann Arbor based bandmates under the name Chris Good & The Sweet Insurrection. In late 2013 he celebrated the release of "Buy Local," a community supported single & music video project that he spearheaded and is a collaboration of 14 Ann Arbor area musicians and more than 40 local businesses & organizations. The project has gained both local, regional and national buzz from media and organizations involved in the 'Buy Local' movement. 

Good kicked off 2015 with the music video release of "For the Ancestors." A longtime favorite song, the video features footage from a concert at Song & Story Festival 2013 as well as many images contributed by friends & fans honoring their ancestors. In March 2015, Chris released the music video for his song, "Beautiful," featuring a live performance from The Sweet Insurrection in a kale bed, dynamic animation & artwork from Grace Rother & Chelsea Rother, as well as many images of local residents celebrating the message of the song..."you can be anything. you can love anyone. you are beautiful!"

Chris is also the co-writer (along with his longtime writing partner Seth Hendricks) of the song "Was it You." The song, which was recorded by the Boston-based new-acoustic/bluegrass group Joy Kills Sorrow on their 2013 EP Wide Awake, has garnered critical praise and was included on NPR Music and Folk Alley's best songs of 2013 lists.