Singer Greg Mangus joins Chris and Aaron this week to discuss his “almost famous” career in music; one that includes numerous collaborations with notable musicians across multiple genres. Greg is well-known in Nashville music circles for a number of projects that include Thee Rock N Roll Residency, St. James Infirmary, Noise Pollution (AC/DC tribute), and Jimmy the Weed (Thin Lizzy tribute).
In this hour-plus talk, Greg shares some fantastic stories of his early days in the burgeoning Florida rock scene in the 1980’s, a string of co-writes with R&B group Cameo, his move to New York city upon which he received a solo artist contract from Polygram Records (and the fallout that occurred thereafter), a left-turn away from rock with a boogie-swing band Set Em Up Joe, and ultimately the move to Nashville and a journey back into rock music. That journey would take him to Thee Rock N Roll Residency and, later, an onstage jam with Cheap Trick‘s Robin Zander and his endorsement of Greg to be the next singer for AC/DC. In this discussion, Greg shares his memory of what took place after that endorsement and how the door may not be closed on that situation. It’s a fun talk filled with lots of great stories. We hope you enjoy Conversation with Greg Mangus and SHARE with a friend!
MAN/GUS – A Tribute to AC/DC – The Bon Scott Years (featuring Greg Mangus, Phillip Shouse, Jeremy Asbrock, and Christopher Williams) will be performing on August 25, 2016 at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville, TN. Click HERE for more info.
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