Greig Nori

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Greig Nori
Birth nameGreig Andrew Nori
Born1962 (age 61–62)[1]
OriginSault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
  • Guitar
  • vocals
  • drums
  • synthesizer
  • piano
  • mandolin
  • banjo
  • farfisa organ
Years active1991–present
Member ofTreble Charger

Greig Andrew Nori (born November 21, 1962) is a Canadian producer and musician from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, and is well known as the frontman, co-lead vocalist and guitarist of the pop punk band Treble Charger. In the late 1990s, he began working as a producer with Sum 41 and was their in-house producer and manager until 2004. In 2007, Greig went back to the studio to produce for the pop punk bands Cauterize and Hedley, for their albums Disguises and Famous Last Words, respectively.

Nori is one of the heads of Bunk Rock Music, a Canadian artist management company. He manages bands including Surplus Sons and The New Cities. He is currently signed as producer by Nettwerk. From 2008 to 2009, Nori was featured as the Musical guru on the show DisBAND.


Treble Charger[edit]

Arrangements, songwriting, vocals and guitar throughout all albums:


Year Album Title Band Record Label Credits
2000 Half Hour of Power Sum 41 Aquarius/Big Rig Co-producer
2001 All Killer No Filler Sum 41 Island Manager, guitar on "Handle This" and "Pain for Pleasure", backing vocals on "Motivation", co-writer
2002 Autopilot Off Autopilot Off Island Producer
2002 Does This Look Infected? Sum 41 Island/Mercury Producer, Manager
2003 Skull Ring Iggy Pop Virgin Co-producer on "Little Know It All" (feat. Sum 41)
2004 Make a Sound Autopilot Off Island Co-producer, co-writer "Clockwork"
2004 Chuck Sum 41 Island/Mercury Producer, Manager
2004 Suffer, Survive No Warning Machine Shop Co-producer, Manager
2007 Disguises Cauterize High 4 Co-producer
2007 Famous Last Words Hedley Universal Music Canada Producer, mixing
2008 World Time Bomb One Second 2 Late Universal Music Canada Co-producer
2009 Masterpiece Theatre Marianas Trench 604 Co-producer
2009 Lost in City Lights The New Cities Sony Music Canada Producer
2012 Somewhere Between Free Men and Slaves Organ Thieves MapleMusic Recordings Producer
2012 Collide and Conquer Hunter Valentine Megaforce Records Producer


  1. ^ "Ex-rocker offers fatherly advice". September 16, 2008. Retrieved October 6, 2021.

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