Lari Goss, native of Cartersville, Georgia, passed away on January 10, 2015. Most recently residing in Nashville, Goss is survived by his wife Carolyn, sons Benjamin, Nicholas, Jonathan and Cameron, two daughters-in-law and three grandchildren.
Goss is well known as arranger, producer, writer, orchestrator, keyboardist and musical genius in all areas of the Christian and secular music world. Most recently he was a subject of a salute from the Gospel music industry in 2012 entitled Lari Goss: The Man Behind The Music. The evening included tributes from the Booth Brothers, the Nelons, Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, Greater Vision, the Hoppers, Babbie Mason, the Mark Trammell Quartet and many more.
Multi-award winner, including Grammys, Doves and an induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, this gentleman’s resume includes the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Christ Church Choir, many symphonies, orchestras, and artists world-wide.
Lari Goss will be mourned by many throughout the music industry and by all whose lives have been touched by the music that Lari Goss molded into artistry.