Based in the N.Y. Tri-state area, Greg Aulden
has been singing his way across the country, in Canada, and occasionally
(when he’s not breaking any bones) in Bermuda. People mention his
connection with the audience, which at times seems more like a comedy show
than music related. They mention the fact that he doesn’t look
like a musician. (yeah... they’ve really said that...) They have even
commented on his cool drink holder on the mike stand. (actually....it really
is cool!!...) What is remembered, however, and what is the core
experience for anyone who has seen him perform, is always his voice.
Greg has the ability to stay true to the artist’s intent while making
the song uniquely his own. This talent added to his intense
emotional delivery, has brought back folks time and again to hear his
Greg Aulden’s original material has become
a frequent request of his regular fans. His music has also been
featured at such events as the Vietnam Vet Awards (Veti-Awards), held on
the Intrepid, sharing the stage with actors Ron Silver,
Loretta Swit, and Brooke Shields. At Freedom Fest,
Greg played to thousands of people during the 25th anniversary of Woodstock.
He has shared the mike with Carol King and Davey Jones, and
opened for Don McLean and Tracy Chapman. The first CD The
Balance has sold very well for Greg, but the focus has now become the
next collection of songs, a CD by the title of From The Water’s Edge.
It is something that his fans have been highly anticipating, and Greg
wants them to know he’s working hard to get it finished.
In his free time (????!!!!), Greg has taken
on the daunting task of writing a book of fiction ; a novel no less.
(...don’t ask him about it unless you have an hour to spare!!...) He’s
also pursuing work in voice-overs which should come to no surprise to
folks who know him. Greg’s stage banter, an audience favorite,
employs a multitude of characters and dialects.
The Back Fence in Greenwich Village is
a reliable venue to catch Greg, especially on Tuesdays. A bit more
uptown, Sutton Place, a 3-story mid-town bar, has him every
Since Greg has performed venues from a
wedding rehearsal party on the “Bough Ranch” in Montana, to a beach
bar in the Hamptons, chances are you're going to find yourself walking
into someplace Greg is cranking out a tune. As scary as that might sound
to some of you, a word of advice: There is no better place you’ll
find in this hectic world where you can sit with your fellow travelers and
share the laughter, the songs, a healthy dose of insanity and the HUGE
FUN you’ll have watching and listening to Greg Aulden perform his