SEEKINGVocalist, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Tenor, Bass Guitar, Background Singer, Banjo, Vocalist - Alto, Upright bass.
I sing & play a blend of folk, bluegrass, classic rock, jazz, ait/indie, blues, etc.- and originals which are sometimes hard to classify. My bandmates in the Jamblers sometimes call it 'Americana'. I just call it 'Music'.
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- Member since:
- Jan 13 2008
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
Willie Nelson; Steve Stills; James Taylor; Doc Watson; Townes van Zandt; Gillian Welch; Frank Sinatra; Fats Waller; Hank Williams; Van Morrison; The Platters; Alison Krauss; Patsy Cline; Donovan, Dylan, Avicii, Johnny Cash, Simon & Garfunkel; Anne Murray, Flying Burrito Brothers, Steve Earle, Myself: whatever/whoever.
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Two acoustic guitars with pickups. Harmonicas, electric bass. Two PA systems to match your needs.
Wichita Year: 2017 Genre: Americana
All Of The Time
All Of The Time Year: 2008 Album: Porch Torch Genre: Country
Written by Gene Greer
Autumn Moon Year: 2009 Album: Gene Greer Genre: Other
Written by Gene Greer
Cancion Mixteca Year: 2020 Album: Jamblers Genre: Latin
Jamie Cavalcante: Dobro, audio editing Gene Greer: vocals
Never Got The Message
Never Got The Message Year: 2020 Album: Jamblers Genre: Americana
Gene Greer: author, vocals, guitar, audio editing Sarah Huntington: vocals, violin Jamie Cavalcante: Dobro, vocals Ken Bussell: bass
Suzanne Year: 2010 Album: Gene Greer Genre: Other
Gene Greer: author, vocals, guitar Tony McCormick: banjola Bruce Peterson: bass Kurt Baumer: fiddle
Brother John Year: 2011 Album: Hometown Junction
Written by Gene Greer and Russ Shannon Gene Greer: Vocals, guitar Aron Racho: Backup vocals, guitar
Catch The Wind
Catch The Wind Genre: Folk
Vagabond Melody Year: 2010 Genre: Acoustic
Gene Greer - lead vocals, guitar, bass, harmonica Sue Lewis - violin, backup vocals Written by Eugene Greer
It's Washington County's biggest Pumpkin Patch, and easily more than a ton of family-friendly fun. From hay rides to pumpkin cannons, and everything in between ... including live music playing from 11 am until about 2:30 or 3pm. Off Cornelius Pass Road, a couple of miles north of the Rock Creek Tavern.
The Jamblers will be the featured Labor Day Weekend Band at one of Oregon's most fun, friendly and colorful farmers' markets. Produce, fresh food, many arts & crafts, good ready-to eat snacks & meals, with your table set by the main stage, where we'll be performing from 10:30 am to 12:45 pm. On Millennium Plaza at the end of 1st Street in Lake Oswego.
We'll be on the main stage at the Oregon City Festival of the Arts Sunday morning, 10am - noon - at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center - that's the place with the Huge Stagecoaches, among other things. Event presented by the Three Rivers Art Guild, featuring artisans of all sorts of crafts - including music.
We'll be playing in the performance tent (they call it it the "Almost Live" stage - At The Garages in Beaverton, just south of the Bi-Mart off Western Ave. 5-7pm.
So much fun, so many things to do, hear, play, eat & drink that I can't begin to list them. It's one of Oregon's biggest pumpkin patch farms and definitely the biggest in Washington County. October is time to Pick A Plumper Pumpkin!
Super popular and friendly farmers' market located on Millennium Plaza, between downtown and the Lake. Always a great gig.
Popular outdoor arts, crafts &farmers' market in Sherwood, Oregon. Like may events in 2020 could be cancelled due to the Covid virus scare.
The Jamblers play at Oregon's biggest farmers' market. Shop, Look & Listen! 8:30am - 1pm
Come & see this historic treasure; Oregon's oldest retail establishment is still up & running, and it's biggest feature these days is its music. The Jamblers are proud to part of that tradition.
Full dinner reservations available, or just drop in for a glass of wine, a touch of dessert, and some good company. Your presence helps preserve this historic treasure. About 25 minutes south of Portland, enroute to Champoeg Park.
The Jamblers are the featured band on Labor Day Weekend at Oregon's oldest still-operating retail establishment. Your presence helps preserve this cultural & historic treasure. About 25 min. south of Portland enroute to Champoeg Park.
Produce a'plenty, along with summer sunshine, the Jamblers play the always-festive atmosphere of the Lake Oswego market, along Millinnium Plaza by the Lake.
Holiday atmosphere, great shopping, summer sunshine - and great food values. Orenco Station, Hillsboro
Relaxed evening of good wines, food, music & friendly atmosphere in Tualatin