We've all heard the Cinderella stories of musicians leaving their little hometowns for the big city and becoming rock stars overnight. This isn't one of them.
Shortly after this singer/songwriter from Raytown Missouri packed up his guitars and moved to L.A., he got songs in feature movies like Burden of Proof and he placed in the Top 10 of Fox TV's Best Unsigned Band Contest out of 6,000 entries.
Despite a humble start, Greg's self-released debut CD "Can You Hear It?" was named as "One of the 10 Best Albums of 1996" by Entertainment Today, putting next to the likes of Alanis Morrisette and Joan Osborne.
His new CD, "The High Trapeze", is a breathtaking collection of 12 new songs that pound, pulse, and jump out of your speakers and right into your heart. From the huge wall of guitars and irresistible groove of "You've Got a Way" to the dreamy and atmospheric cool of "Grace", The High Trapeze is a pop masterpiece.
ECE Worldwide got a sneak preview of the new CD and wrote "...genius...across-the-board pop perfection...he has the kind of voice that women want to hear and men want to have...very unique, sexy, and passionate...this is a star in the making."