About Father Goose
Father Goose is no stranger to reinvention. He started out his career as Rankin Don, recording a series of underground dancehall hits that include "The Baddest DJ" and "Real McCoy." He performed alongside bigshots like Beres Hammond, Freddie MacGregor and Gregory Isaacs before calling it a day and joining reggae's RockTower Studios as a producer. But his latest incarnation may prove to be his most enduring: Father Goose is a valued contributor to Dan Zanes' beloved children's albums, contributing some of the most memorable tracks and lending a playful Caribbean air to Zanes' folk stylings.