These goats were made for rockin’

Cranbrook folk rockers take the train to Studio Stage Door

  • Sep. 18, 2012 9:00 a.m.

Joelle Winkel and Angus MacDonald of the Good Ol' Goats are pictured at the band's CD release party Saturday

Local teenage folk rock phenoms The Good Ol’ Goats lit up the Studio Stage Door in Cranbrook Saturday, Sept. 15, with the release party for their new album “The Train.” “The Train” is available in Cranbrook at Lotus Books. The band is comprised of Angus Liedtke (vocals, banjo, guitar, harmonica, accordion), Nolan Ackert (lead vocals, banjo, guitar), Theo Moore (bass, vocals), Joelle Winkel (vocals, shaker, tambourine, guitar, autoharp, mandolin), Angus MacDonald (vocals, fiddle, mandolin) and Julian Beuckert (drums).

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