Goldie Lahr

Goldie Lahr is a Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, she grew up just outside Ft. Worth, Texas. She now resides in Pensacola, Florida where she is a full-time musician and songwriter. Goldie began singing and performing at the age of 5 and has since performed at the Arlington Music Hall in TX, the Rodeo Opry in Oklahoma City, many songwriters, music and art festivals, weddings, private events, assisted living centers, and rehabilitation facilities across the US. 
She also enjoys contributing vocals and violin work for film scores, as well as creating instrumental compositions herself. When Goldie is not singing, she loves mountain biking, backpacking, and camping with her husband Robert, her chocolate lab Gunner, and cat Dolly Purrton.



"Goldie Lahr's voice is larger than life."
~Cellar Door Music Group
"She's the best singer in the world next to Moana, and Mrs. Potts from Beauty and the Beast."
~Her niece, Ada


The people behind Goldie's first album, "Finding Home When in Roam."

Joey Albin

Joey Albin is a veteran multi-instrumentalist and vocalist hailing from Texas, by way of Nashville and Norman, Oklahoma.  Having grown up playing a variety of instruments including guitar, bass, and trumpet in a variety of settings and genres, Joey earned a degree in music at Belmont University in Nashville.  After eventually making his way to Oklahoma, Joey now teaches music lessons and collaborates with local musicians like Goldie Lahr, with whom he's been playing guitar and bass since last year.  When not playing music, you might find him reading just about anything, playing boardgames, doing volleyball or BJJ, or fixing up vintage shoes.

About playing with Goldie, Joey notes that he "loves the opportunity to play the beautiful and captivating songs that Goldie writes" and further notes that "collaborating with Goldie, whether we are playing her original works or covers, is a rare opportunity to create truly great music with one of the most gifted songwriters and musicians [he has] worked with.


Cory Perschbacher

Cory Perschbacher is a composer, musician, and engineer who has scored a number of features, shorts, and TV series in virtually every genre.
Recently, he won Best Original Score at Murfreesboro 54 Film Fest for his work on the short film "Sparrow" and was nominated for his score to "The Unusual Calling of Charlie Christmas" at the Red Dirt International Film Fest.
He plays drums, percussion, and keyboard in live bands in Oklahoma such as Goldie Lahr and the Union, The Grown Ups,  and Kingfish.
Outside of composing, Cory enjoys being a husband, father, VHS collector, and has an unhealthy obsession with Ghostbusters.

Chris Volpini

Chris Volpini has been playing bass for almost 20 years. In that time, he has built a resume of playing and recording with numerous acts in nearly every genre. His long and diverse musical background has gotten him on stage everywhere from megachurches to dive bars. Though he always had a love for music. Chris took a hiatus in 2011 when he enlisted into the armed forces. It was during his first deployment that Chris observed some things that drove him back to playing music. Today he juggles his military obligations with his music ambitions. It was in 2014 when he crossed paths with Goldie Lahr while they played in another band. Chris states that he was “blown away” by her original material when she introduced it at a rehearsal. They soon set to work developing more material and a sound to showcase her incredible talent.