About Baked Goods

Baked Goods is a 5­-piece jam band originating in Merrick, New York. Their style has been compared to artists like the Dave Matthews Band while still creatively maintaining a sound all their own. Their combination of jazz, funk, and rock and roll is a recipe for a unique sound which Baked Goods delivers in each song.

Asa Daniels, in charge of lead vocals and acoustic guitar, is the band’s chief songwriter. Cory Azmon rounds out the sound on the bass, combining funk, rock, and classical training all in one. Dan Janis lays down jazzy solos and catchy melodies on the Tenor Sax. Josh Hyman fills in the gaps with his raunchy yet powerful electric guitar sounds. Finally, the phenomenal Glenn Chiarello rounds off the group on the drums.

In July, 2014, Baked Goods recorded their second full­-length studio album. The album, entitled “One of Those Things,” was engineered and co-­produced by James Meslin at Cove City Sound Studios in Glen Cove, NY. The creative process was also overseen by Richie Cannata. Baked Goods consistently offers new material, and even some of their unrecorded material has become favorite staples among the crowd. Baked Goods is an up and coming musical group with a bright future, composed of some of the most well-­rounded musical talent this generation’s youth has to offer.

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26th of July 2015 07:15 PM
Who's pumped to get back to school? Baked Goods is and we want to come bring the party to your college this fall!! Got a big event, football game, party, after-party or after-after-party and need some live music that'll make you groove? Contact us! We'll be out on the road hitting as many colleges/universities as we possibly can!

Leave a comment, send us a message or email us at bakedgoodsmusic@gmail.com to tell us about your event and we'll do everything we can to be there!

If you can, be sure to come out to Musikfest in Bethlehem, PA and see BG hit the Main Street stage from 6-8. The fest is free, the music is rockin' and the food is out of this world!

Spoog on ladies and gentlemen...
20th of July 2015 05:35 PM Link
With all the craziness surrounding our tour, it's hard to believe our last album, "One of Those Things," is six months old already! If you haven't snagged your copy yet, it's never too late to hit up iTunes (http://apple.co/1KhnxTu) or Spotify (http://spoti.fi/1JcO31O) to vibe with these tunes.

Also, in case you're wondering what Asa is murmuring to himself in any of these songs, check out our newly updated website to find all of our published song lyrics!

17th of July 2015 02:11 PM Link
Musikfest 2015 is around the corner, and we're thrilled to be playing on night 1! Come see us at Pennsylvania's hottest free festival on Friday, August 7 from 6-8PM on the Provident Bank Main Street Stage!! #Musikfest
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10th of July 2015 12:41 PM
Just wanna send a quick shoutout to our boys in Funky Dawgz Brass Band who are playing Madison Square Garden tonight with DISPATCH!! So happy for these dudes -- if you haven't been fortunate enough to see these guys in action, what better way to introduce themselves than on the world's most famous stage? We give our 100% Baked Goods guarantee that these shows (tonight 7/10 and tomorrow 7/11) at MSG are going to be ridiculous so get yourselves there to see something actually good at MSG (looking at you Phil Jackson...)
6th of July 2015 02:56 PM Link
6 weeks
17 cities
11 states
7,200 miles
5 goofy musicians

What an unbelievable experience this tour has been for us. From the northern tip of Vermont to the southern reach of South Carolina, we've met some of the nicest folks, seen the most beautiful sights, and played the most intense concerts. We can't thank everyone enough for helping us make our first ever tour a major success, and we hope you'll all stay with us when we come back next year.

"What a long, strange trip it's been."

Stella Blues LLC; The Shrine; THE SAINT; Uncle Jimmy's Bar; The Fire; The Deck at Harbor Pointe; The Spot Underground; Manhattan Pizza and Pub; Snow Shoe Lodge; The Press Room; Fury's Publick House; The Hall at MP; The Boulevard Tavern; YachtStock; Miller's Downtown; Awendaw Green; He's Not Here.
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2nd of July 2015 11:43 AM Link
Slightly delayed due to traveling, but thank you to Miller's Downtown for having us back in Charlottesville! Glad we were able to hold up despite the rain.

And thank you to the folks at Awendaw Green and the Barn Jam for such an amazing introduction to our first time in South Carolina. We crashed overnight and woke up to some new four-legged friends!

Catch us on Independence Day for our long-awaited return to He's Not Here in Chapel Hill, NC!!
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