Tomorrow's Another Chance
Jeff Goldman, originally from Livonia, MI, has been involved in music since childhood. At the age of 7 he was performing before audiences of hundreds and made his first appearance on cable television, along with his older sister and younger brother, at the age of 8. Goldman wrote his first original song, The Light of Christ, at the age of 17 and quickly found a passion for writing music. During his LDS mission to Denver, Colorado, Jeff wrote a number of songs that were inspired by his missionary service, including Finding My Way. After returning from his mission in 1995, he began recording with professional studio musicians and continued writing music as often as inspiration flowed. In 1999, Goldman partnered with friend, Craig Clifford, to create an independent record label - inVOICE Records (see invoice-records.com). In five short years they produced seven albums - four of which found their way to LDS retail stores across the United States. Clifford & Goldman, and the independent musicians they sponsored, participated in many live performances during this time and received airplay and interviews on local FM radio stations in the Salt Lake City, UT, area. Two of their albums, One Mind, One Heart - Testimonies of the Savior, and Come To Bethlehem - A Christmas Celebration, received Pearl Award nominations from the Faith Centered Music Association. 'Tomorrow's Another Chance,' Jeff Goldman's debut singer/songwriter solo album, is a collection of LDS pop songs mostly written by Goldman. The album features a popular, groovy cover song, 'Stand,' made famous by the rock group, 'Poison!" Many of the songs on 'Tomorrow's Another Chance' appear on compilation albums produced & released by Goldman's independent record label, inVOICE Records, including 'The High Road,' recorded with Tyler Castleton for the President Hinckley tribute album - 'Man of Honor - Remembering Gordon B. Hinckley.' For more information, please visit invoice-records.com/jeffgoldman. Jeff currently resides in Riverton, UT, with his wife, Amanda, and their two children.