Press Kit

ELECTRONIC PRESS KIT:

LINK TO AUDIO:

LINK TO VIDEO:

LINK TO MORE INFO ABOUT THE FRANK WALDRON PROJECT:

CONTACT:

Booking:
Greg Ruby Music
booking@gregrubymusic.com
206.920.5276

Public Relations:
Doolittle+Bird
info@doolittleandbird.com
206.650.3305

Radio Promotions:
Powderfinger Promotions
david@powderfingerpromo.com
800.356.1155 x.1

Just Greg:
greg@gregrubymusic.com

GREG RUBY BIO:

Seattle-based guitarist and composer Greg Ruby plays diverse styles of vintage jazz. Described as “truly hot jazz” by Vintage Guitar Magazine, his CD, Look Both Ways, celebrating the 100th birthday of guitarist Django Reinhardt and featuring 12 original compositions, reached #1 on the Roots Music Review jazz chart.

Greg leads The Greg Ruby Quartet, a Hot Club jazz group dedicated to all-original compositions; collaborates with New York and New Orleans musicians in The Rhythm Runners, a Prohibition-era dance band; plays Valse musette and European café jazz with Bric-a-brac Trio.

A former member of Pearl Django, Greg has toured throughout the United States, Canada and Europe and appeared at the prestigious Django Reinhardt Festival in Samois-sur-seine, France. As founding member of Hot Club Sandwich, Greg can be heard on all the band’s recordings and produced their 2010 release, And If Only, featuring legendary vocalist Dan Hicks. Greg’s compositions have been heard on television and documentaries including NBC’s Parks and Recreation. He’s published the Pearl Django Play-Along Book Vol.1 through Djangobooks.com and anticipates a summer 2017 release of a play-along CD/book on the swing guitar mastery of Oscar Aleman.

Greg is currently working on the project, Syncopated Classic: Rediscovering the Lost Compositions of Seattle Jazz Pioneer Frank D. Waldron, celebrating and promoting the legacy of one of the most important yet unknown figures in early Seattle jazz. This exciting project has spans two years and includes historical research, music notation, presentations, performances and recording of Waldron’s compositions by the Rhythm Runners, and the publication of Waldron’s definitive biography.