Grizzly Goat

Grizzly Goat


“The band’s music speaks to those who find solace in the woods, find awe in the great expanse of the desert, who can hear the mountains calling to them.”Tahoe on Stage, Reno, NV

 “Grizzly Goat has combined seemingly disparate influences into their own take on Americana.” KSL, Salt Lake City, UT


 Grizzly Goat's music is as the band's name suggests, undomesticated. Grizzly's blend of folk-rock spans the entire breadth of the Americana genre; from soft and sincere campfire ballads to rocking electric harmonica solos on top of pounding drums and flailing banjo.

The band is hardworking and tireless. They’ve brought their rootsy compositions from coast to coast in their white passenger van. Whether at a festival or a small scale BBQ joint, Grizzly Goat's aim is to connect with their audience on an individual level, building a relationship with each listener.


Interesting Facts

  • Grizzly Goat has recorded their two most recent albums in a secluded cabin in Duck Creek, UT. 
  • Alex and Scott studied music in college while Ben studied Digital Audio Production. Nate studied Wildlife and Wildland Management.
  • In keeping with LDS tradition, each member served a two-year volunteer mission. They served separately in the Philippines, France, Germany, South Dakota, and California.
  • Grizzly Goat is attempting to write a song for every state such as “Nevada, “Idaho”, “Indiana”. Since they spend a lot of time in the same states, there are a bunch of songs named after cities too, like “Berea, KY”, “Louisville, KY”, and “Paducah, KY”.
  •  The band likes birding, frisbee golf, hiking, camping, and fishing.
  • Grizzly Goat has supported Greensky Bluegrass, River Whyless, Town Mountain, Jamestown Revival, and Brett Dennen, along with playing at festivals such as Treefort Music Festival, Mayesfest, and Seven Sense Fest. They have also toured nationally visiting 19 states. 

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