Troy Gregory

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Troy Gregory
Troy Gregory performing at the Detour Magazine launch party in mid-2007
Troy Gregory performing at the Detour Magazine launch party in mid-2007
Background information
Born (1966-11-13) November 13, 1966 (age 53)
Detroit, Michigan
GenresAlternative rock, indie rock, progressive rock, thrash metal
InstrumentsBass, drums, guitars, vocals, cello, violin
Years active1988–present
Associated actsCrime & the City Solution, Prong, The Dirtbombs, Flotsam and Jetsam

Troy Gregory (born November 13, 1966 in Detroit, Michigan)[1] is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, filmmaker, and solo artist. He is currently a solo artist as well as the lead vocalist and bassist for Super Birthday and bassist for The Dirtbombs.[2] Former acts he has worked with include Crime & the City Solution, The Dirtbombs, Flotsam and Jetsam, Prong, Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, Kim Fowley, Andre Williams, Killing Joke, Electric Six, Nathaniel Mayer, The Volebeats, Spiritualized, and others.

In a 2016 interview that was featured on No Echo, Gregory explained how he came to join Flotsam and Jetsam:

I had graduated from Musicians Institute and just got fired from working in their library. I was walking to a comic book shop on Melrose and saw Dave Mustaine walking into Music Grinder Studios. I heard Chuck Behler joined them on drums and I had played with him twice in Detroit, so I knocked on the door to say hi. He suggested me to join Flotsam. They had the same management and were going to tour together.[3]


With The Witches[edit]

With The Dirtbombs[edit]

As Troy Gregory[edit]

With Crime and the City Solution[edit]

With Nathaniel Mayer[edit]

With Denise James[edit]

With Monster Island[edit]

With Larval[edit]

  • Larval 2, (1998, Knitting Factory)

With Medusa Cyclone[edit]

With Flotsam and Jetsam[edit]

With Prong[edit]

With Swans[edit]

With Spiritualized[edit]

With Andre Williams[edit]


  1. ^ Ramirez, Carlos (2016-02-05). "Troy Gregory (Flotsam and Jetsam, Prong, Wasted Youth, The Witches)". NoEcho.Net. Retrieved 2016-06-04.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ 2016 interview with Troy Gregory on

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