Greg Klyma — American songwriter

Greg Klyma does his own stunts. He is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, jester, carnival barker, two-stepper and daydreamer.

A prolific songwriter and seasoned road performer, Klyma is known for his energetic live performances and clever storytelling lyrics that deliver entertaining rides through hilarity, reflection, passion and loss.

Buffalo-born, now Boston-based, Klyma is a scholar of rock ’n’ roll and country music. From that foundation, he has developed a distinctive and compelling sound that resonates with audiences across the country — and even worldwide, with international indie artists having covered his songs. You may also have heard his original tunes on SiriusXM and the Midnight Special.

After nearly 30 years of touring and with more than a dozen studio albums under his belt, Klyma isn’t slowing down. His latest album, “Singing For My Life,” shows a songwriter who has matured and whose craft continues to evolve. Klyma change is real.

Singing For My Life

The latest album by Greg Klyma featuring Duke Levine, Jim Whitford, and David Andrew Moore, with guest appearances from Samantha Farrell, Ryan Fitzsimmons, Melanie Brulee, Frank Drake, Becky Hall and Jonathan Byrd. Plus Eric Lee on fiddle and Jeff Calder on piano, organ, and more! 9 original songs by GK (including co-writes with Jim Whitford and Bill Passalacqua) plus a cover of "Refugee" by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.

Available for download here on the Music page

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