On the phone from a big rock festival in the Netherlands, Taylor Goldsmith, singer-songwriter for Dawes, can agree that life is pretty good for the band right now. The California roots-rock quartet just came off a tour with Bob Dylan, recently recorded a track with John Fogerty, and its latest album, “Stories Don’t End,” is another critically acclaimed set of finely crafted tunes that deftly utilizes Goldsmith’s wistful croon. The band is set to play the first day of the Life is good festival Saturday at Prowse Farm in Canton.
Life is good for Dawes
By Sarah Rodman| Globe Staff September 19, 2013
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