Teddy Goldstein is known as much for his clever songs - whether sensitive or comedic - as for his energetic and unpredictable shows. Originally from outside of Philadelphia, Teddy attended Boston University's theater program before moving on to Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.
Teddy has released four independent records, plus a record with the side project, “Live From New York” (Teddy Goldstein, Edie Carey, Anne Heaton & Andrew Kerr.)
Teddy’s music has been heard on such shows as NBC's ' Meet My Folks', The WB's 'Everwood', 'Summerland' and 'Felicity', as well as ABC's Family Channel and NPR's 'Car Talk'.
Music Festivals & Stages: Teddy is a regular at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall, The Cutting Room, The Bitter End and Boston’s Club Passim. He has performed at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Kerrville Folk Festival, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, and The Kennedy Center.
As a songwriter, Teddy has had publishing deals with, Spirit Music Group, Cherry Lane Music and BMG. In 2004, Teddy received a Gold Record for his song “Maria” on the Album Lovers Forever by Marshall and Alexander.
Over the years Teddy has shared stages with artists such as Marshall Crenshaw, Dan Bern, Todd Snider, Ellis Paul, Lucy Kaplansky and Steve Forbert.