Gregg Clemons

CBS recording artist Gregg Clemons has recently returned to the USA after living and performing on the island of Madeira, Portugal for the past year. His show is a high energy tribute to the classics and beyond.


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CBS recording artist Gregg Clemons now calls SWF his home. Clemons is a headlining singer who has recently moved to Naples after living and performing this past year at the Casino da Madeira on the island of Madeira, Portugal, a world famous international tourist destination. Gregg was the featured headliner for the casino's dinner show, backed by a seventeen piece Big Band highlighted by a nine-piece horn section.

At the start of his career, Gregg recorded two albums for CBS Records as a singer-songwriter, working with producers Pete Solley (Romantics, Peter Frampton) and Reinhold Mack (Electric Light Orchestra, Queen, and David Bowie). On those projects he worked with musicians Jerry Scheff (bassist for Elvis Presley and The Doors), Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (guitarist for the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan), Ian Wallace (drummer for Bob Dylan and King Crimson), Nicky Hopkins (pianist for the Rolling Stones and the Beatles), and the string section from the Bee Gee's "Saturday Night Fever" album.

Currently, Gregg is wowing Florida audiences of all ages with unforgettable renditions of great classics like "Sway," "It's not Unusual," "That's Life," "Come Fly with Me," and "Cherry Cherry," plus, Motown hits like "Dancin' in the Streets" and "Get Ready". His soulful voice is powerfully moving on show-stopping tunes like "Unchained Melody" and "Hallelujah". This entertaining show not only brings a crowd to the dance floor, it is clear Gregg's phenomenal voice is in a league of its own. This is truly a world class act.

Gregg Clemons