Greg Williamson (drummer)
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|Born||August 13, 1978|
|Origin||Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Genres||Hard rock, heavy metal, alternative metal, punk, alternative rock, industrial rock, industrial metal, post-grunge, rockabilly, psychobilly, jazz, fusion|
|Occupation(s)||Drummer, session musician, songwriter, lyricist, vocalist|
|Instruments||Drums, percussion, vocals|
|Associated acts||Tupelo Honey, Econoline Crush, Mourning Wood, The Raygun Cowboys, Cops + Robbers|
|Website||http://www.tupelohoney.ca, http://www.myspace.com/econolinecrush, http://www.mourningwood.ca, http://www.myspace.com/rayguncowboys, http://www.myspace.com/copsandrobbersmusic|
Greg Williamson (born August 13, 1978) is a Canadian drummer, session musician, and songwriter. He is best known for his work with touring act Tupelo Honey (band), which is an original project started in 2003 in St. Albert, AB, Canada, where he currently resides. They have played with numerous headlining acts such as Bon Jovi, Default, Theory of a Deadman, Bif Naked, Three Days Grace, Thornley, The Trews, Billy Talent, and Sam Roberts. Greg has also been seen with bands such as Econoline Crush, Mourning Wood, The Raygun Cowboys, and Cops + Robbers. Greg is a staple in the Edmonton, AB, Canada music scene and does session work in town, and abroad for other artists, such as Canadian Idol winner Brian Melo on his record "Livin' It". (Greg plays drums on "Shine", "Summertime", "Livin' It", and "Half As Good As You"). He is adept at playing many styles of music.
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