All About Greg Coulson....
"Greg Coulson is a hyperactive example of the ability of the blues to grab new generations with it's indefinable magic. Definitely one to watch!"
- Classic Rock Presents The Blues Magazine
"If you think you have heard everything, then think again – The Greg Coulson Band are so cool my Goosebumps had Goosebumps”
Greg Coulson is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and gifted performer. An accomplished Pianist and Hammond player he is also a gifted guitarist and singer/songwriter specialising in Rhythm & Blues. 2010 saw the break Greg had been looking for, at the age of 19 he joined the legendary two- tone band The Selecter. Known as a Hammond player, and not just a keyboard player, Greg toured with The Selecter and made over 400 appearances worldwide. Gigs include: Coachella, Riot Fest, Ink and Iron (USA), Isle of Wight Festival (UK) in addition to touring Europe, Scandinavia, America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
- Blog Of The Blues
After leaving The Selecter back in March 2015, Greg landed a leading role in the West End production of, “Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined” at the Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus. An amazing opportunity, that lead to playing and performing with Burt Bacharach himself for Tv appearances (national) and the opening night at the Criterion.
"The Best Band I’ve seen in ages!"
- Mickey Gallagher (The Blockheads)
Greg’s heart has always been true to Rhythm & Blues and his own songwriting. He has managed to tour the UK with his own band, taking his own brand of high octane, fun and musically ingenious Blues to loyal audiences throughout the UK – Greg’s main aim to make Blues accessible for the next generation of music lovers.
"The Crazy and exciting Organ solos of Greg Coulson"
- Stuart Maconie, BBC Radio 6 Music
"As a frontman you'll struggle to see any better. Vocals, Guitar and Hammond were absolutely sublime. Unique, expressive, dynamic, thrilling would be a start to the description of the experience but it's a lot more"
- Glasgow Blues Players
"The Brit sensation takes an exhilarating blast through the Taj Mahal classic, “Squat That Rabbit”...We love it."
- The Blues Mag Online
“I hope you'll agree with me that Greg is a hugely refreshing new musician from the world of R&B. Check him out live should the opportunity arise”
- Bedge Music Review