Greg Genre is a singer-songwriter, positive poet and peace activist from Newcastle upon Tyne. His first full album 'Make Your Own' critiques our present throw away consumer society and seeks to uplift the listener with positive messages of peace. Proceeds raised from the album will be donated to Musicians Without Borders, a charitable organisation, which attempts to 'bridge divides, connect communities and heal the wounds of war with music. (musicianswithoutborders.org).
"I think we can all agree that the world needs a bit of peace, love and understanidng right now. Thank goodness for Greg Genre whose debut album contains enough positive vibes to soothe even the most angst-ridden souls." NARC Magazine
"A glass half-full sort of guy, Greg Genre is a singer/songwriter who exudes more warmth than a 15 tog duvet" The Crack Magazine
Tracks from 'Make Your Own' have been featured on Tom Robinson's FRESH ON THE NET playlists for BBC RADIO 6, Nick Robert's BBC Introducing in the North East, BBC Introducing York and North Yorkshire and Spark FM's Local Music show.
Greg Genre is currently writing and recording follow up album 'Symbiosis' with bandmates John Atkinson (Bass) and Simon James-Coleman (percussion) which will raise money for Friends Of The Earth's campaign to reduce ocean plastic.
http://www.savedruridge.co.uk/ Stop the proposed Open Cast Coal mine at one of Northumberland's most beautiful walking spots.