Greg Skaff is a proponent of jazz music, demonstrating his deep creativity and genuine emotion through his guitar playing. No exaggeration. Kansan is a native Kansan whose first job was a five year stint in the band of Stanley Turrentine’s saxophone great Stanley Turrentine. Since then, he has been a first-call sideman in New York City. He has recorded and played gigs with Ruth Brown, Freddie Hubbard, David “Fathead”, Newman, Orin Evans, Joe Farnsworth, George Colligan, Pat Bianchi, George Colligan, Orin Evan, Joe Farnsworth, Victor Lewis, Mike LeDonne, Mike Hazeltine, Joe Farnsworth, Orin Evans, Joe Farnsworth, David Hazeltine, Mike Farnsworth, Joe Farnsworth, Victor Lewis, Gloria Lynne, Ralph Peterson, Jim Rotondi, E. J. Strickland, Bobby Watson, Bobby Watson, Watson, Bobby Watson, Matt Wilson, Matt Wilson, Bobby Watson, Bobby Watson, E. J. Strickland, E. J. Greg, along with his trio, has been a star in clubs and festivals across the country. These include gigs at Smalls Jazz Club and the Bar Next Door, The 55 Bar and the Iridium in Manhattan. Jazz fans around the world have enjoyed Greg’s four feature albums. The 116th album is the latest.