Steve Goodman (July 25, 1948 – September 20, 1984) was an American folk music singer-songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. The writer of "City of New Orleans", made popular by Arlo Guthrie and Willie Nelson, Goodman won two Grammy Awards.
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... Date Title Label Number Formats Comments 2003 Steve Goodman Live From Austin City Limits Red Pajamas RPJ-500 VHS, DVD 1982 ... live shows with John Prine and Jethro Burns, plus interviews ...
... championships, and the May 2007 release of the biography of Steve Goodman, Steve Goodman Facing the Music (ISBN 1-55022-732-7) ... postgame commentary to enables viewers to hear Goodman's song and to watch fans at Wrigley listening and singing along ... On October 5, 2007, Illinois Lieutenant Governor Pat Quinn declared the day "Steve Goodman Day" throughout the state ...
... He and friend Steve Goodman had each been active in the Chicago folk scene before being "discovered" by Kris Kristofferson (Kristofferson remarked that Prine wrote ... "Souvenirs," which Prine later recorded with Goodman ... It was produced by Steve Cropper ...
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