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Gregg Arthur is an original voice who has learned from and performed with music industry giants all over the world. His warm baritone and huge range allows him to embrace an audience with a tender ballad and thrill with outstanding vocal acuity, but most of all it’s his emphasis on rhythm and phrasing that has brought him admiration from legends and critics everywhere.


“I love the way you sing. You're yourself, which makes you an original singer. Your phrasing is perfection”
Tony Bennett

Gregg Arthur started singing and playing piano at an early age, always loving the jazz standards from his grandmothers sheet music and listening to his father’s record collection. He gained professional stage experience working for Australian Opera in productions of Aida, Marriage of Figaro, The Merry Widow and more, during a classic era of Dame Joan Sutherland and Rita Hunter and met legendary actor and teacher Hayes Gordon during Fiddler On The Roof. With stage and acting coaching by Gordon and vocal training teacher Don Graden he soon knew how to perform a song with originality, confidence and knew how to own the stage. He has always worked with and had great friendships with the very best musicians and orchestrators in the music industry. Performing with Don Burrows and George Golla, John Morrison and Swing City, Chair Of Jazz Studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Craig Scott, Band leader and pianist Geoff Harvey, and Maestro Tommy Tycho with whom he recorded albums for ABC Music with a 50 piece orchestra.

As a result of his training he has great understanding of orchestrations and song structure Gregg Arthur is admired and respected by musicians. Sitting at the piano, Gregg Arthur also composes award winning songs, both the lyrics and music. His music has taken Gregg Arthur around the world, performing in theatres and concert halls, festivals and intimate cabaret and jazz clubs. He has performed in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, St Petersburg, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, and all over the United States where he lived until 2017.

In the USA Gregg Arthur has worked with and performed with Frank Sinatra’s pianist and conductor Vincent Falcone, Bobby Darin’s pianist and arranger Bob Rosario, and Sammy Davis Jr’s drummer Clayton Cameron. Over many years Gregg Arthur performed at Herb Alpert’s Bel Air venue Vibrato with bass legend Pat Senator of Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass, and pianist and arranger Tom Ranier. Apart from their shows at Vibrato Gregg Arthur and Tom Ranier recorded with orchestra at Capital Records in 2014, marking the second time he has shared pianists with the legendary Tony Bennett. Both Tom Ranier and Vincent Falcone have toured extensively with Mr. Bennett, along with Clayton Cameron and Gregg’s friend Maestro Jorge Calandrelli who has orchestrated and conducted a dozen albums with Tony Bennett, Barbra Streisand and Andrea Bocelli.

Gregg Arthur has released 9 albums, 7 compilations and 2 EP’s. His latest album out now is Gregg Arthur In Concert The Great American Songbook.  His reworking of Australian classic My City Of Sydney was released in October 2020, and features his long time friend and collaborator John Morrison and his Swing City Big Band.

Gregg has been praised internationally for his original smooth vocal style and phrasing by Tony Bennett in the United States, Michael Parkinson on the BBC in the UK, Don Heckman in the LA Times, Eric Myers from the Weekend Australian, and John Shand from the Sydney Morning Herald.

"...the finest male jazz singer Australia has produced since Vince Jones"

Eric Myers, The Weekend Australian

“Simply one of the best singers I have ever heard”

Tom Ranier (pianist/arranger Barbara Streisand, Tony Bennett, Placido Domingo)

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