Greg Farnese's voice is soulful and his phrasing of this inspired music is evocative and compelling. Greg’s reputation as a consummate performer is known throughout the region in both larger and smaller, more intimate settings.
Greg Farnese is a modern day throwback vocalist, a crooner, if you will. He reignites
the treasured and timeless classics from the Great American Songbook and blends
them with his unique interpretations of his modern-day favorites.
A South Jersey native, Greg began his career in acting, and moved to Hollywood,
California where he worked in theater,
television and in films. Missing his roots, he ultimately moved back to the East
Coast, where he started his own production company producing content for
television, commercials, web content and documentaries. It was here in New
Jersey, that his love of jazz and his vocal abilities took root and he began singing
professionally. His soulful tone and inspired phrasing, as well as his reputation as a
consummate performer, have produced a wide fan base of musicians and music
Greg Farnese is proud to have shared the bandstand, with renown jazz artisits such
as ; Tom Adams, Tom Lawton, Jim Holton, Chris Simonini, Lee Smith, Mike Boone,
Andy Lalasis, Madison Rast, Nimrod Speaks, Justin Sekelewski, Tim Warfield, Larry
McKenna, Dan Monaghan, Byron Wookie Landham, Keith Hollis, GavinMcCauley,
Grant MacAvoy and Behn Gillece are just some of the remarkable artists with
whom he has been fortunate enough to share a stage. Greg is also honored to be
working with renowned vocal coach, Dr. Owen Brown.
Greg’s tremendous fan base and popularity have allowed him the opportunity to
delight fans in several venues. He currently plays in some of the most celebrated
clubs and restaurants on the East Coast, including Chris’ Jazz Café, Milkboy, Parx
Casino, Dino's Backstage Celebrity Room, Memories in Margate, Kix McNutley's,
Paris Bistro & Jazz Cafe, Vesper Club; Phila.Pa, Paris Wine Bar, Victor
Talking Machine Co. The Vault, Borgata Casino & Spa
Auburn Winery, Catelli Duo, as well as popular festivals
and private events. His fans and fellow musicians continue to inspire him enhance
his passion and love for Jazz.