Bre Greggis wildly soulful. When she opens her mouth you hear a rich musical history of back alley clubs filled with smoky jazz, visceral blues and deeply authentic swamp soul. Her voic6e is technically superb after years of study and performance, but her ability to connect with the music and her audiences make her performances profoundly intimate. One thing is for sureher blend of tenderness and fire will leave you wanting more.
Born into a family of musicians, Bre was singing before she could talk. After a degree in music, followed by study and performance in Italy, New York and California, she moved to Portland and spent the next few years entering the music scene and releasing her first CD,On the Wind. Bres latest album,Something to Talk About, was recorded at a live tribute to Bonnie Raitt featuring top NW talents Lisa Mann, David Jacobs-Strain, Ara Lee, Shelly Rudolph, Mark Bowden, Anne Weiss, Rich Landar and Dan Stueber.
Bre focuses her energy on two main projects:Bre Gregg + The BrotherhoodandMidnight Honey.Bre Gregg + The Brotherhood features Bres original music and her signature powerhouse vocals combined with the mind-bending lead guitar features of NW treasure Dan Gildea.Midnight Honeyrevitalizes swampy soul with a riveting sound thats sultry and distinctively their own. Featuring the vocal prowess of Bre Gregg and Shelly Rudolph, this is a wildly soulful, sultry and joyful affair that flaunts a wide palate of lush harmonies and an undeniable sister-like chemistry.
The Peninsula Arts Center is located at 504 Pacific Ave. N., Long Beach, WA.
Wine, beer, and other refreshments are available for purchase.
Concerts benefit the Long Beach Peninsula Acoustic Music Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization.
Peninsula Arts Center (View)
504 Pacific Ave. N.
Long Beach, WA 98631
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