Gregg Luther honed his skills in the Red Dirt Mecca that spawned Cross Canadian Ragweed, Mike McClure, The Great Divide, Stoney LaRue, Jason Boland, and No Justice – Stillwater, Oklahoma. Gregg’s song writing and guitar playing are his signature, incorporating aggressive Blues, Rock, and Country, resulting in a unique and recognizable sound. His smoky baritone vocals add just the right blend of gritty edge and southern twang.
As singer, songwriter, front man and guitar slinger, Luther is supported by an amazing band full of talent and energy!!
Gregg and his band are supporting their current CD, “Rodeo Trail.” The disc is a compilation of 13 original songs written by Luther, each having a real life story behind it. Gregg’s guitar skills dominate upbeat rockers “How ‘Bout That?,” “Charlie Left Hand Bull,” and “The Hard Way.” His sense of humor shows up in “Rodeo Contractors.” Gregg’s “real life” style of song writing emerges on “Long Days & Hard Work” and “Tear Down These Fences,” as well as “Angels,” a story of real life tragedy. Long time friend Brandon Jackson (No Justice) lends harmony vocals on “Diary of a Rodeo Wife,” a song which has received critical acclaim.
“Rodeo Trail” was recorded at Bell Labs in Norman, Oklahoma, and produced by Trent Bell. Bell has produced award winning albums for major labels and his talent shines through on this disc. “Rodeo Trail” is a must for any Red Dirt music fan.