“I dedicate my success to my Lord & Savior Jesus Christ. Without him there would be no me”
At a very young age, Goodloe knew that he would be a musician. Strumming to the music of Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Norman Brown and any other artist or group that would capture his ear and heart, these musicians, among many others inspired him greatly. As a self-taught musician and Denver native, U.S. Army Veteran, Goodloe attended Thomas Jefferson High School, where he received a music scholarship to Paul Quinn (formerly Bishop College) in Dallas, Texas.
He came from a family that also had musical talents, including a grandfather who played guitar and a father who played the saxophone and guitar. Even blues singer Vernon Garrett is his uncle. Gregory has performed his brand and style of guitar playing at various smooth jazz venues, such as The Winter Park Jazz Festival, The Breckenridge Jazz Festival, The Cooper Mountain Genuine Jazz Festival, The Keystone Wine and Jazz Festival, The Five Points Jazz Festival, and Jazz In The Garden. Goodloe has had the joy of opening for many artists, including actor and hip hop artist Ivan Ellis of the famed TV show Empire, comedian/actor Joe Torrey, R&B singer & Grammy award winner Howard Hewett of the group Shalamar, the original R&B group Surface, TV Actor and R&B heartthrob Tank, Candy from the group Escape and B2K. He has also played with Grammy award winner TV reality star & gospel jazz artist Ben Tankard, Norman Brown, Dave Koz & Friends with Michael McDonald, Brian Culbertson, James Ingram, Roy Ayers, Spike Robinson and Joe Bonner.
Gregory has also opened for and played with gospel greats such as Shirley Caesar, Angela Spivey, John P. Key, The Gospel Keynotes and the Rance Allen Group, just to name a few. In addition to producing, engineering and recording music. Goodloe released his CD, “It’s All Good” which is also available on iTunes and CDBaby. Recent achievements include: performing at the Comedy Works, playing the Genuine Jazz at Copper Mountain with such artists as Gerald Albright, Stanley Jordan, Ronnie Laws, Alex Bugnon, Paul Taylor, Eric Darius and Nick Colionne. Goodloe is also credited as music director for national recording artist Aysha. Goodloe’s current release of his new single, All The Way, has brought stellar reviews. He says, “I dedicate all my success to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ because without Him, there would be no me.”