Greg Sczebel

Greg Sczebel's Biography

Some have called him a "white Stevie Wonder." Others refer to him as a "young Elton John" or "Justin Timberlake-meets-Michael Bublé." But ask any Greg Sczebel fan to describe his music and the response will be unanimous - he's not easily pigeonholed, and this is a good thing. Singer/Songwriter, Greg Sczebel (pronounced "sa-bell") brings an innovative blend of pop, rock, R&B and old school soul to the Canadian musical landscape.

His live shows take listeners on an audible journey, from the bombastic beat of the southern jam, "Causin' A Commotion" to keytar wielding moments of the vaguely disco "I've Got That Feelin." Sczebel's electric stage presence, engaging performances and warm personality have been known to turn a large room full of strangers into a small room of friends and fans.

Recently named one of the top 4 artists in British Columbia in the Peak Performance Project (alongside Sweatshop Union's Kyprios and Said the Whale), Greg has garnered numerous national awards, including a Juno, a Western Canadian Music Award, and is a 2-time grand prizewinner in the international John Lennon Songwriting Contest. When he's not performing on his own stage, you'll also find him as a regular keyboardist and vocalist for multi-platinum selling Country artist Paul Brandt.

Sczebel's sophomore album, Love & the Lack Thereof, was released in February 2010 and is available at music retailers nationwide.

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