Teddy Goldstein is known as much for his clever songs - whether sensitive or comedic - as for his energetic and unpredictable shows.
Teddy has released five albums and has been a signed writer over the years with Spirit Music Group and BMG Music Publishing. He has been a staple on the New York City music scene for over two decades and has toured the country, sharing stages with such artists as, Todd Snider, Dan Bern, Steve Forbert, Melissa Ferrick, Marshall Crenshaw, and many others. He has performed at the Kennedy Center as well as, Kerrville Folk Festival, The Telluride Bluegrass Festival and The Newport Folk Festival.
Teddy’s songs have been featured on numerous TV networks such as NBC, CBS, The WB, and his music inspired the movie, Buddy Gilbert Comes Alive, starring Elizabeth Moss, now streaming on Amazon Prime. He has also received a Gold Record in Europe for his song “Maria” which was the single for the Marshall and Alexander album, Lover’s Forever.
Currently, Teddy is working on the release of his 6th album. He is also a member of the group, Live From New York (LFNY) with his friends, Edie Carey, Anne Heaton & Andrew Kerr. LFNY, is booked to tour this spring on the east coast and midwest.