Greg Smith (American musician)

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Greg Smith
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Background information
Birth name Greg Smith
Born May 21, 1963
Occupation(s) Musician (bassist and vocalist)
Instruments Bass
Associated acts Wendy O. Williams, Alice Cooper, Rainbow, Blue Öyster Cult, Dokken, Vinnie Moore, Joe Lynn Turner, Ted Nugent, Tommy James & the Shondells, Alan Parsons, The Turtles, Felix Cavaliere, Chuck Negron, Joey Molland, Denny Laine, Mitch Ryder, Billy Joel, Glenn Frey
Website www.gsmith.com

Greg Smith (May 21, 1963,[1] Valley Stream, New York) is a bassist and vocalist.

He grew up in Valley Stream, New York (Long Island, Nassau County) and attended Valley Stream Central High School.

He has collaborated with Billy Joel, Wendy O. Williams, Alice Cooper,[2] Rainbow,[2] Blue Öyster Cult,[2] Dokken, Vinnie Moore,[2] Joe Lynn Turner,[2] Ted Nugent, Tommy James & the Shondells, Alan Parsons, The Turtles, Felix Cavaliere, Chuck Negron, Joey Molland. Denny Laine, Glenn Frey and Mitch Ryder.

Smith appears in the film Wayne's World as a member of Alice Cooper's band, performing "Feed My Frankenstein".[3] He was the original bassist for the Tony Award winning Billy Joel and Twyla Tharp musical Movin' Out on Broadway from June 2002 to December 2005, and on the road from February 2006 to January 2007.

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