Greg Dayton is an American singer/songwriter/guitarist/music educator based in Sausalito, California, and New York City. With influences from electric and acoustic blues, classic rock, soul, and jazz, Dayton was inducted as a "Great Blues Artist" into the New York Blues Hall of Fame in 2016. He has released two critically acclaimed solo albums, Lonesome Road (2016) and Sailing for the Sun (Ropeadope/Modern Icon Recordings, 2020) as well as the single “See My Baby” (2021). Known for his energetic live shows, he has performed at countless venues and festivals and lives on NBC's Today Show. He is currently the artistic director of the Sausalito Music Revival (sausalitomusicrevival.org), which celebrates the talent of the San Francisco Bay Area with live performances and interviews while raising money for non-profits.  With degrees from Harvard University and Berklee College of Music and over 30 years performing and teaching, he has mentored hundreds of aspiring musicians in the US and Europe.

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 “...Pure meat and potatoes rock and roll…
Songs that stay with you like a welcome house guest.”
 Elmore Magazine
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“See My Baby” is a new single released by singer/songwriter Greg Dayton. Based out of Sausalito, CA, and New York City, Dayton has released two critically acclaimed solo albums and was inducted as a “Great Blues Artist” into the New York Blues Hall of Fame in 2016. While Dayton’s music has strong blues influences, his songs draw upon a much wider range of styles in the spirit of the great songwriters of classic rock, folk, and soul. The new single is the first release in the body of work which will comprise his third solo album.

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Sailing for the Sun, is the second solo album by singer/songwriter Greg Dayton, produced and mixed by Adrian Harpham, and mastered by Greg Calbi in New York City. This versatile singer/songwriter/guitarist was inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame shortly after the self-release of his debut solo album, Lonesome Road in 2016. He began work on the new album in January of 2018, taking his time to create an album in the old school sense of the word, conceived with vinyl in mind where each song counts and the song order has meaning. 

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