Jack Greer has been delighting audiences in the music scene for just about 50 years, bringing his emotional, lyrical, and rugged sound to life through his ebullient performance style. Born in Kodiak, Alaska, but raised in the American South, Jack holds a warmth and welcome with his sultry voice and bluesy melodies. Developing a love for singing in high school, he cultivated his rustic musical sound with a conglomerate of local musicians from Greenville, South Carolina.

Touring the country since the earliest years of his career, Jack Greer was a part of several finished projects, including: “Greer, Rodgers, and Gordon,” “Medicine Wheel,” “Greer and Fackler,” and “The River City All-Stars.” His career led him to Omaha, Nebraska, where he worked as a solo performer at the infamous Steak and Ale, paving his career through networking with talented musicians, creating lifelong friendships, and founding the very successful “All-Stars.” It was in Omaha where Jack met his wife and muse, Julie Hamsa. The couple eventually returned to Greenville, South Carolina, where they raised their three children, Trinity, Katie, and Tommy.

Jack Greer describes his love of music as almost compulsory, something he tries to let go of but can’t seem to live without. This destined commitment was likely what landed him in the Nebraska Performing Arts Hall of Fame alongside “The River City All-Stars” in 2020. The following year he was again honored as an inductee into the Nebraska Music Hall of Fame as a member of “The River City All-Stars.”

Currently, Jack is anchored in Greenville, South Carolina, where he pursues his independent music career full-time as a solo act and member of “Two Greer Boys” with his youngest son, Tommy. A new project is also underway, where Jack will front the group known as “DaBand.” Jack has finished his newest EP, Flip Flops or Cowboy Boots, which was officially released in November 2022!

Through his stylistic performance and captivating storytelling Jack Greer cultivated a hearty sound that allows for a diverse musical range of rock, folk, country, indie, and blues.