Antonette Goroch is a singer, songwriter, writer, mother and world traveler. A vocalist and storyteller since the age of 5, she has partaken in many musical styles including musical theater, opera, classical, eastern european folk, punk, rock, blues and Americana. Her sound has been compared to contemporary folk artists including Neko Case and Penelope Houston, but she draws inspiration from artist revolutionaries like Kathleen Hanna and Bertolt Brecht,  musical poets like Patty Smith and Leonard Cohen, and reflective observers like John Steinbeck and Jack Kerouac. Her music is equal parts celebration and seduction, pleasure and provocation,– but always an inquisitive dissection of human connection and the power that flows from it.