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“Believe” Shared on B-Society – Duet with Gregg’s Daughter, Casey

In this time of the pandemic, a creative website called “B-Society” was released, inspired and created by Bulgari. Gregg was invited to offer a song, and he chose to perform a shortened version of “Believe,” which they had recorded together years ago on his “Snowing in April” album.

https://www.b-society-switzerland.com/time-to-share

“Not Again,” Featured in Columnist Piece on Protest Songs

FolkWorks columnist, Chris Wilson, featured “Not Again,” in her recent column entitled, “The Protest Song is Alive and Well.” The piece underscores the current place and importance of protest songs, and features two other excellent artists as well.

To read the column and hear the songs, click here.

Performing by Lake Geneva: Women’s March

On January 21st at the Women’s March in Geneva, Gregg performed with his daughter, Casey, and a local Geneva musician, Sito Sprenger, in the final minutes of¬†the local march. Estimates put the Geneva March turnout at approximately 2,000 people, with marches around the world turning out around five million people on the day. Gregg, Casey, and Sito performed a song Gregg wrote for Women’s March¬†entitled, “We Fight,” and also an adapted version of the cover, “Where is the Love?”. Here is a clip: