Goose has announced streams of their two performances from last week at South Farms in Morris, CT. The streams of the South Farm shows will collect donations for Red Cross Wildfire Relief. As the band notes in their announcement, “Your donations will help support those affected as well as those working on the frontlines to combat the tragic fires ravaging the beautiful West Coast.”

The pair of performances at the socially-distanced “pod”-style venue in Connecticut last week marked the band’s third and fourth shows with live audiences since the start of the pandemic. The two South Farms shows, which took place on September 16th and September 17th, respectively, also marked the first live Goose shows with full concert audio since the shutdown began following a pair of FM-only drive-in shows on Cape Cod earlier this month.

Fans can tune in to the Goose at South Farms re-streams at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday, September 22nd (9/16 show) and Wednesday, September 23rd (9/17 show) via the Goose Facebook page and YouTube channel as well as the Live For Live Music Facebook page.

Along with the announcement of the free South Farm re-streams, Goose premiered a pro-shot video of the band’s first-ever cover of Jim James‘s “State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)” which closed the first set on the second night of the run. Watch Goose tackle the favorite from the Jim James catalog below:

Goose – “State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.) [Jim James cover, Pro-Shot] – 9/17/20

[Video: Goose]

Revisit our full coverage and photo galleries from the two Goose performances at South Farms in Morris, CT here (9/16) and here (9/17).

For more information, head over to the Goose website.