Greg Sherrod has achieved a major media presence that has reached over 3,000 Facebook fans of all ages. You will find many videos on YouTube featuring Greg, one of which is a cover of Lionel Richie and the Commodores "Easy," which recieved over 1,400 views. Greg's radio coverage encompasses many major and local stations such as New Haven's WPLR, Middletown's WEGU, Bridgeport's WPKN, and Torrington's WAPJ. Greg has made personal appearances on The Today Show through his achievements with the "Clash of the Choirs," reaching over 50 million viewers.
Singer-songwriter Greg Sherrod is the lead vocalist of the self-titled Greg Sherrod Band. Originally from Milford and currently residing in New Haven, CT, Greg has been singing his whole life, all the while entertaining audiences throughout New England. Greg spent many years in musical theater, starring in productions like Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), and Nunsence (Sister Hubert), and being involved in the Dandelion Children's Theater. Growing up in suburbia, Greg benefitted from an array of musical diversity, allowing him to develop his own style of music known as "bluesnsoulnrocknroll." He transitioned from theater productions to singing with bands, such as The Clarke Brothers, Powerhouse, Sugar Daddy, and The Highrollers. Greg has also supported and played with acts like Tower of Power, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band, King's X, Deep Banana Blackout, E.C. Scott, K.D. Bell, James Montgomery, and Booker T. Jones. Greg has also led the house band at The Newport Blues Cafe.
In 2007, Greg competed live on national television as part of Michael Bolton's New Haven Choir on NBC's "Clash of the Choirs." "Clash of the Choirs" was a special reality competition show where five recording artists hand-selected twenty singers from their hometown communities and turned them into choirs. This experience allowed Greg the opportunity to share the stage with Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick Lachey, Blake Shelton, and Kelly Rowland. While working on the show, greg sand back-up for Michael Bolton's performance of "When a Man Loves a Woman," and was part of a sight-reading and fast-study group, hand-picked from each choir for a live performance on NBC's "The Today Show" featuring Gloria Estefan.