GREG IN GOOD COMPANY is hard to squeeze into genre box, but their blend of rock, pop, folk, funk and punk is earning them praise from listeners, blogs and radio stations that give their unique take on alt rock a chance. The Los Angeles-based band has been performing in southern California since being founded in 2015 by singer/songwriter/guitarist Greg Gilman, and began to build an online presence after the early 2016 release of their debut, self-titled EP. Singles included "Save Me" and "2 AM," catching the attention of LA radio station the New 88.5 FM in 2017, as well as receiving airplay on Laguna Beach's KX 93.5 and even across the country on WXRY 99.3.
Other members of the band include pianist/vocalist Lee, lead guitarist Marty Vites, bassist Alex U'Ren and drummer Alexa Brinkschulte. They have recently completed their debut full-length album, "American Way," which will be released in the summer of 2018.
Greg in Good Company's music - a combination of upbeat catchy melodies, funky bass riffs, soulful vocal harmonies and thoughtful lyrics - is often compared to Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, The Strumbellas and Weezer, while also reminding listeners of the classic rock that ruled the airwaves decades ago. Despite comparisons or personal musical influences, the band doesn't strive to sound like anyone or anything else other than Greg in Good Company.
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