Born in Brooklyn and raised in LA’s Laurel Canyon during its music halcyon days, Louise Goffin's career in music has ranged from singer-songwriter, recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and has been known to tour as a hired gun for other artists. She made her start releasing her debut album when she was 19, and went on to release eight major label solo albums over her career. Louise now makes her music available on her own independent label, Majority of One. Her latest single, "Revenge" (a collaboration with North Carolina musician Skylar Gudasz) was released Oct. 2017. Her previous record was The Essential Louise Goffin Vol 1 - released in 2016. Louise both wrote songs for and produced an album for Carole King (on Concord) that was Grammy Nominated in 2011.

2017 finds Louise Goffin with more than couple dozen recent tracks in the can. Plans are to put these songs out as part of a digital singles series to release one song and video at a time at six- to eight-week intervals. Her next single "Let Me In Again" drops Dec. 2nd through The Orchard. 

Louise has worked with some amazing guest musicians, including Rufus Wainwright, Chris Difford (Squeeze), keyboardist Benmont Tench (Tom Petty), drummer Pete Thomas (Elvis Costello), guitarist Ben Peeler (Shelby Lynne), and award-winning musician Billy Harvey, who have contributed to her latest sessions. She toured with Tears for Fears, played with Donovan, Bryan Ferry (of Roxy Music), has Stevie Nicks, Don Henley and JD Souther singing on her first album, & has had her songs championed by David Gilmore, Linda Ronstadst, and Michael MacDonald.

Some other fun facts: she was the youngest artist to appear on the soundtrack the Cameron Crowe high school classic Fast Times At Ridgemont High. Her songs have been recorded by the likes of Paul Thorn, Shawn Colvin, Terry Reid, and her mother, Carole King. Goffin also dueted with her mom on the theme song for the hit TV show Gilmore Girls

Her recordings have appeared on film and television shows, most recently Gilmore Girls, Bad Santa2, Carrie Pilby, and Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce.