Born in Scotland, Greg started his musical life at an early age taking lessons, first on the piano aged 5, and then on the cello one year later.
 
After studying cello at the Royal Northern College of Music, Greg started freelance work with a number of different orchestras including the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, the English National Orchestra and the Performing Arts Symphony Orchestra.
 
However, during his time in Manchester Greg had also been leading a double life, working both as a singer and as a writer and producer of pop music.
   
  In November 2000 he performed at the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals in both the Reebok and McAlpine stadiums and appeared on BBC1's Grandstand, singing 'Land of Hope and Glory' before the England game.
   
  Winning a competition run by Manchester's Key 103 radio station resulted in the opportunity to sing one of his own songs, "Something More", in front of 11,000 people at the Manchester Evening News Arena in July 2002.
   
  At the end of 2003, after a friend put his name forward for the auditions, he won the M.E.N. 'Search for a Star' competition, held at the Willows in Salford and, as part of his prize, he performed at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall in May 2004.
   
  In the studio, Greg has worked with many different acts and artists, including 'Stars in their eyes' winners, 'PopIdol' competitors, 'X-factor' finalists, Miss Scotland (the 2nd Runner up in Miss World 2002!), model Michelle Marsh, and cast members from 'Coronation Street' and 'Emmerdale'.
   
 
   
 
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Greg at Old Coach House Recording, 62 Rochdale Road, Royton, Oldham, OL2 6QJ
 
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