Greg Simpson Classic Rock

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When Greg Simpson takes the stage, the rhythms are strong, energetic, and undeniably optimistic. What makes a Simpson concert amazing is that he’s not afraid to surrender to the music and the moment as he proves his rock-star quality on every song. He and his band pump out tunes that beat in sync with the human heart as they seamlessly weave rock, pop, and country to create a show that is instantly accessible to fans of multiple genres.

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With gritty vocals that push the limits of respectability, and fiery guitar licks that are as exciting to watch as they are to listen to, Greg Simpson breaks free of conventional boundaries with an ability to entertain that defies branding.

Though he’s been compared to Keith Urban, Greg also sports a touch of Stevie Wonder, Bryan Adams, and Don Henley. In addition to the aforementioned, you’ll hear such disparate artists as Rascal Flatts, Styx, Fleetwood Mac, Joe Walsh, Alabama, and Bon Jovi.

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Industry professionals respect Greg’s musicianship and have invited him to share the stage with Jewel, Shane Jackman, Richard Marx, SheDaisy, Little Texas, Ryan Shupe, and Peter Breinholt.

Greg’s original songs include sensitive and well-crafted lyrics that are skillfully integrated with the musical elements, revealing that Simpson is not only a poet, but a full-blown artist. Many others have recorded Simpson’s music, including Shane Jackman, Kenneth Cope, Jenny Jordan, Jessie Clark Funk, and Julie de Azevedo.

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With a Greg Simpson concert, you’ll come away feeling exhilarated and eager to experience his artistic range and unique style of showmanship again and again. For the best in 70s, 80s, and 90s classic rock, the Greg Simpson Band should be at the top of your shopping list. You can also check out our other 80s rock cover bands, delivering incredible shows that incorporate the best music from the 1980s as well as dazzling lights, dancers, and multimedia video projection screens.