Skylar Gregg

New album coming 2020

Nashville, Tennessee native Skylar Gregg is a Americana artist featuring a blend of rock, country and blues brought to you by her southern roots. Skylar found her passion sharing her heart, humor, and stories through songwriting and entertaining at an early age. She has been pursuing it unapologetically ever since.

“Skylar Gregg, A soulful singer songwriter, an amazing story teller. Be good to your ear hole and get with this now!”- John Troup, SESAC

“Skylar Gregg’s band played at our New Years Eve Party and it was terrific! Lots of people dancing and having fun. Everyone had a great time.” - Ozzy Nelson, Mayday Brewery

Walkin' In The Woods is the debut, fully original album by this throwback style singer-songwriter. It being her first record she took time to really hone in on her songwriting and sound. After four years of writing she released this bluesy record in 2015.

Gregg then released a second record in 2018.

“Southern blues rocker Skylar Gregg has stepped up to the plate this summer with her release of Time Machine, her sophomore release full of young-hearted southern rock with rugged, traditional country edges. Every song carries the soul of a gritty blues heroine in love with the bittersweet nostalgia of growing up. The album is a walking, breathing patchwork of rocking countryside blues powered by Gregg’s throbbing heart and soul. Skylar Gregg is an artist who may have actually stumbled right out of a time machine herself. She was cradled in the arms of the different genres and styles known to Tennessee in years past. After picking up the guitar at a young age, she said she soon began trading stories with the crowd of pickers.

Time Machine opens with a title track written alongside Gregg’s father. The entirety of the album recounts the struggles and triumphs of being young with a reflective contemplation. There is no shortage of charm on the seven-track album. Gregg’s song craft on Time Machine explores many relatable themes, and each song demonstrates a different feel and tempo. Everyone can take away a favorite song from Time Machine.” -Jordan Hall, The Boro Pulse