Scroll down for interview and download...
Greg Summerlin has been writing, performing and producing music for nearly a decade. Greg first began by joining the rock outfit The Quinsonics in the mid-90s. Sharing the stage with such acts as Better Than Ezra and Matchbox 20 helped The Quinsonics? establish a fan base and led them to play many music fests and showcases around the country including City Stages for two years, 107.7 The X?s X-Fest, both in Birmingham and the South By Southwest music fest in Austin, Texas. After releasing one album and completing several national tours The Quinsonics disbanded in 2001.
Since his stint with The Quinsonics, and writing his first solo album, Greg worked with three-time Grammy winning engineer and producer Rob Burrell at Dark Horse Studio in Nashville, Tennessee to complete his first self-titled release. The album is comprised of 11 songs whose influences range from New Order to The Replacements. Greg has had songs from the album played on 183 radio stations in the U.S. and Canada, spending weeks on the charts at many stations. His songs have also been in regular commercial rotation in major markets such as New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City.
Currently Greg is planning the release and promotion of The Young Meteors his second solo record for June 2005. The new record shows Greg's affection for tightly arranged melodic British pop, but never strays too far from his background in American rock. The Young Meteors will released through Superphonic Records and Greg and his band will begin a summer tour to support the release of the new record.