Dignam & Goff

Dignam & Goff

Dignam & Goff was the project of Aslan's frontman Christy Dignam along with guitarist Conor Goff in the early 90's before Aslan reunited in 1993.

Conor Goff was the guitarist of Fast Boys and his own project called Conor Goff and The Crash who had a top 20 hit in Ireland in 1987 with "America". He joined Christy Dignam who was previously the lead singer of Aslan. Together, they made a wave of music including "Hand Of Love", "Martin", "Rain", "Feel It In My Heart", "Sacrianna Falls", "Walk On Water" to name but a few.

An official Dignam & Goff CD never was released due to Aslan overshadowing popularity over the duo's short-lived career. However, a CD titled "Christy Dignam: The Singles 1984-1991" was released on Solid Records in 1991. This is still available today in Irish record stores and contains many Dignam & Goff singles as well as Aslan's earlier singles. Their unreleased album is known as "Dead Blue Fish" and can be currently downloaded for free off of eBay.

While Christy Dignam went on to once again front Aslan, Conor Goff faded away from the limelight it is believed that he is involved in the building industry in the Monkstown area of Dublin.

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