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State High Senior Isn’t Shy

Posted by Carly Mallenbaum on 04/05 at 11:14 PM

Chris Good may seem quiet at first, but once he starts playing his guitar (like he’s been doing for nine years) he is anything but shy.  The high school senior (he goes to State High) has started to play some of his original songs and covers on campus.

I saw Chris play at an Open Mic night at the State Theatre a few weeks ago.  He said he hadn’t planned on playing, but ended up doing a few songs including a cover of Michael Jackson’s “Black or White.”  I was so impressed by Good’s rendition of the famous tune, that I took a video if it!

Most recently, Chris has played on PSU’s THE LION 90.7fm radio show.  Be on the lookout for him!

He has a MySpace page, too.

{name} Author: Carly Mallenbaum
Bio: Carly Mallenbaum is a junior majoring in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Law and Liberal Arts. At any given time, you will likely find her dancing, running, reading, playing soccer, or listening to music with her huge green headphones. She loves many types of music, specifically alternative rock and anything she can dance to. Some artists she likes are John Mayer Trio, Coldplay, Vampire Weekend, Justin Timberlake, G. Love, Spoon, and The Beatles.


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