Goh Nakamura is a San Francisco based Singer-Songwriter, Composer, and Actor. His break-through came in 2007 when his video for "Embarcadero Blues" was featured on YouTube's front page, racking up over a million views in its first few weeks and earning him an immense international fan base. Goh’s music as a session musician and composer are featured prominently in films such as Ridley Scott's A GOOD YEAR, AMERICAN GANGSTER, and BODY OF LIES. The title track of "Daylight Savings" was also included on the soundtrack to the Robert Benton film FEAST OF LOVE starring Morgan Freeman and Greg Kinnear.
Goh's acting career took off when he was cast to star as a fictional version of himself in Dave Boyle's feature film SURROGATE VALENTINE. The film premiered at the 2011 SXSW Film Festival, garnering critical acclaim and moving on to the Dallas International Film Festival where Goh took home the Special Jury Prize for acting.
Between 2011-12 he travelled the film festival circuit with his third album, "Motion from the Music Picture" and his second film DAYLIGHT SAVINGS which also premiered at SXSW Film Festival in 2012. He was chosen as a “New American Filmmaker” by the Vilcek Foundation at the 2012 Hawaii Film Festival.