Alastair Greene

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About Alastair Greene

One of the many bold blues-rock guitarists who've surfaced in the wake of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Alastair Greene distinguishes himself with a robust tone and oversized sense of swing, qualities he also conveys in his full-throated singing. Greene's 2001 debut, A Little Wiser, established the parameters of his oversized blues-rock, setting him on a path that found him maintaining a faithful audience through steady touring and recording -- he cut an album every few years between 2009's Walking in Circles and 2023's Alive in the New World -- while also branching out into collaborations. Although he was a successful sideman with such classic rockers as Starship featuring Mickey Thomas and Alan Parsons, he specialized in the blues, playing with Walter Trout and Sugaray Rayford, and appearing on Ruf's 2024 Blues Caravan with Katarina Pejak and Eric Johanson.

Santa Barbara, CA, United States
April 18, 1971
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