Dave Good is an award-winning journalist and author. Originally from Ft. Worth, TX, he writes about music, pop culture, and American life. His life-long infatuation with music began in an unlikely place: Crawford High School, in East San Diego. There, he played sax with future jazz luminaries such as Carl Evans, Nathan East, and Hollis Gentry.
After journalism school at SDSU, he found work in Top 40 and album-oriented rock radio for the next two decades, a period of time in which he also hosted KGB Rocks 10, a popular local music video show on ABC television. In the course of a media career that now approaches three decades, if placed end to end the number of words he has published thus far would stretch around the globe at least once.
Currently at work on a book about rock and roll’s farm team and the unsung music heroes of San Diego past, Dave lives in La Mesa, CA. His book, Jukebox Confessions, is available through Amazon.
- The influence of Music on Culture
- How music defines groups within society
- Music mirrors the culture of the time and historic events are marked by the music of the time.
- Does technology contribute to music being more disposable?
- Music has always been communal, is today’s technology now making it a private experience?
- Live brick-and-mortar concerts vs. the digital experience
- Why publicity and marketing must respond to the new musical paradigm.
Jukebox Confessions By Dave Good
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