VIDEO: Tom Goss, “All My Life” feat. Todd Alsup – Live at the Duplex, NYC

Last month gay singer/songwriter, Tom Goss stopped by New York City’s Duplex Cabaret Theater for a concert entitled, “Cub Love: an intimate evening with Tom Goss.” TheOUTfront was there for Goss’s return to the iconic west village venue and his midsummer night’s songfest.

Intimate hardly describes the casual and relaxed atmosphere created by Tom who greeted friends, family, and fans prior to the show before simply hopping onstage to begin his set.  His performance and banter felt as impromptu as the last-minute scheduling of the concert while camping with his husband.  Tom teased his spouse about it saying, “you don’t have to sleep on the ground and then go on stage and be perky.”

Perky, sexy, and soulful are ideal adjectives to describe Goss and his music.  From his Duplex performance here is “All my Life” featuring Todd Alsup on piano.

The evening concluded with the audience gathered on stage around the piano to listen to a new song, “Berlin” off his upcoming eight album “Territories” due out first of the year.   If you’ve never seen Tom Goss in concert, we highly recommend it! 

Follow Tom Goss on Twitter @tomgossmusic  on Facebook  on Instagram and on his website HERE 

Pre-order Tom Goss’s  new album “Territories,” as well as his 2019 “Beefcake Calendar” HERE 

2 thoughts on “VIDEO: Tom Goss, “All My Life” feat. Todd Alsup – Live at the Duplex, NYC

  • September 1, 2018 at 11:22 am
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    Just terrific. I really enjoy Tom’s recordings, but I think seeing him live brings his music to another level 🙂

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    • September 2, 2018 at 2:28 pm
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      I couldn’t agree more! His concert at the Duplex was great and it was an unexpected treat getting to meet him before the show.
      Tom is a TOTAL sweetheart and can’t wait for his next album.

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