About Me


Gregg here - thanks for stopping by!

From recording with Dylan, to touring with Olivia Newton-John or auditioning for Foreigner (that one didn't go so well), I've been doing what I love for 40+ years.

However... A few years ago, I was at the brink of quitting music:

I was stuck in a marriage that should have never happened, playing music I didn't care for... and struggling with addiction.

In 2005 I hit rock-bottom and had to make a decision:

Continue on a downward-spiral that was going to end with me sick, lonely and probably dead by now.


Try to renew my love for music.

Well, I didn't quit.

Rather, I recorded my first solo album Inside, which to this day marks my rebirth. I took it to the people and started building a solo career - one person at a time.

Since then, I've found thousands of like-minded people across the world. I sold out the Dakota with my band, but played in a coffee-shop for 6 people, too.

I'm thankful and hold dear every single human connection I've been able to make.

And I hope to connect with you, too - as interdependent human beings who share in the universal bond of life, embracing diversity, and trying to make a difference in the world together, through music and love.


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Gregg Inhofer: Music for the Upright Walking

Gregg Inhofer is an American singer-songwriter, pianist, and vocalist. His music combines a wide variety of influences, including rock, R'n'B, and jazz. He has played a significant role in the Minneapolis music scene throughout his career and is a member of the Minnesota Rock and Country Music Hall of Fame. Most notably he played keyboards on Bob Dylan’s album “Blood on the Tracks”, which ranked number 16 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

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