Think Bridgette Jones meets the Andrew Sisters.
The Goods is a band formed by LA based recording artists Lucy Woodward, Holly Palmer & Michelle Lewis. Inspired equally by The Andrews Sisters & Lena Dunham's character "Hannah" from the HBO show "Girls", The Goods are rooted stylistically in the swing/boogie-woogie era & their lyrics are strictly 21st century.
Yet another transplanted New Yorker in LA... singer/songwriter Michelle Lewis has written for and with such diverse artists as Cher, Amy Grant, Kelly Osbourne, Little Mix and Il Divo, in addition to releasing her own major label solo albums. She’s won some international music awards (which she misplaced in the move) and has had several Top 10 singles in the US and worldwide (which she’ll list for you if you ask nicely). In the Goods, Michelle not only gets to go back to her artist roots, but also gets to employ her impressive jazz pedigree, as the daughter of Morty Lewis (long-time tenor saxophonist for Frank Sinatra) and Annette Sanders (renowned jazz singer who started her career singing with Benny Goodman).
Lucy is a singer-songwriter-recording artist who has released records on Atlantic, Barnes & Noble and Verve Records. In 2003, she sat on Jay Leno's couch after singing her Top 40 hit "Dumb Girls" and in 2010, Lucy released her Big-Band-Pop record "Hooked!". And lots happened in between. She's toured with Pink Martini (filling in for China Forbes), has sung background vocals for Rod Stewart and Celine Dion and has appeared on countless commercials. But her very favorite recording was covering the Bjork/Betty Hutton's Big Band song "It's Oh So Quiet" for the movie "Ice Princess". Lucy has just finished recording her 4th record to be released in 2014.
Holly has released four solo albums, two EPs & is currently working on her next full length release, "I Dare You To Love Me" due out this year. She's worked with David Bowie, Michael Buble, Cee-Lo Green, Dr. Dre, Seal, Joss Stone, Billy Preston, Lamont Dozier and Don Was. Lately, Holly wrote & sang the theme song to TNT's "Mob City", sang the classic "L.O.V.E." in a Diet Pepsi spot featuring Sophia Vergara & scored the web series, "The Stafford Project".