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Check out Greg's videos & his Parody Project songs:
"The Snake" - "If You Only Had a Dog" and "Blame Obama" Enjoy!
... Ralph Bravetail
Robin Bullock, Tom Paxton, and Greg ... at the Oak Grove Folk Music Festival
Greg Performs with Tom Paxton
Greg and Marty Stuart backstage after the Sweetheart of the Rodeo concert with his Fabulous Superlatives and Byrds co-founders Roger McGuinn & Chris Hillman (10/1018)
Greg plays with Michael Ronstadt at a Ronstadt Bros. house concert
Greg at the Birthplace of Country Music, Bristol, VA/TN
1926 Martin D-17 Greg's vintage guitar on loan at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum
At the Birthplace of Country Music Museum Greg's 1926 Martin D-17 (like the one Jimmy Rogers played) on display in Bristol, VA/TN
Jimmy Rogers playing his (new) 1926 Martin D-17
Greg and Arthur Conner, Floyd County's world-renown fiddle maker. Greg's ram's head fiddle was the next one Arthur made after the one for Ricky Skaggs.
An Arthur Conner ram's head fiddle
Greg's fiddle An Arthur Connor ram's-head fiddle with photo of the master himself making it.
Ralph at the center of a song circle: Laura Pole (with shaker egg), Robin Jones, Kathy Acosta, Judy Larson, Marc Baskind, Greg, & David Simpkins (not pictured: Mike Pearrell & Britt Mistele)
Greg provides backup at the Sally Barris Concert, King George Inn B & B, Roanoke, VA (Photo by Kathy Acosta)
Greg at F.A.R.M. 2011
NIH Director, Francis Collins, plays with Greg and Laura at a medical conference (2013)
Dean Milano's book launch party with many of the musicians chronicled there. Greg is on stage next to Muriel Anderson (in green).
At the Bluebird Cafe, Winners of the USA Songwriting Competition
Peter, Paul & Mary? No, Peter, Greg & Laura! Greg and Laura perform with Peter Yarrow at Rancho La Puerta, Tecate, Mexico
Greg onstage at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium
Greg at Nashville's legendary Bluebird Cafe
2008 "Steppin' Out" in Blacksburg, VA - Britt Mistele, Kathy & Nina Acosta, and Greg back up David Simpkins
Greg & Dean Milano with the legendary Alice Gerrard & Hazel Dickens, 2008 Folk Alliance, Memphis
Greg with Trifolkal trio partners Neal Phillips and Laura Pole
Greg, Muriel Anderson & Stacy Hobbes at the Pocahontas County Opera House in Marlinton, WV
Pure Prine Night at the Floyd Country Store (harmonica man, Greg, Rusty May, David Cannaday, Ron Ireland (hidden), cowboy-shirt man, "Big Momma Joy," Britt Mistele, Dave Fason)
At a Swannanoa concert (photo by R.L. Geyer)
Audio Engineer, Harold Thompson, Blackwater Recording, Wirtz, VA
Marc Baskind & Greg recording at Harold's studio
Greg listening (quality control) in the studio
At an SVSA Workshop Barbara Martin, Darrell Brown, Greg Trafidlo, Larry Sakayama who went with Darrell to lobby congress in D.C. on copyright issues
Mary Gordon Hall & Greg at her CD release, Gravity Lounge, Charlotesville, VA
Denise Jordan Finley and Greg record their song "Harmony"
Greg at Oddfella's Cantina in Floyd, VA
Marc Baskind, Greg, Kathy Acosta & Britt Mistele at Oddfella's Cantina in Floyd, VA
Greg's fifth solo CD
Greg's fourth solo CD
Greg's third solo CD
Greg & Kira hanging with Ernest and Virginia at Givens Books, Lynchburg, VA
Greg & Kira do a duet on Greg's first solo CD
Oh, brother, what a CD!
Greg's dad, Ed Trafidlo (in catcher's mask), in the Life magazine ad with Stan Musial that inspired the song "Big as Life" on the "Old Dog New Tracks" CD
This could be the place where the Seafood Shop Shantyman worked
Greg in Sun Studios, Memphis, TN
In the footsteps of The King at Sun Studios in Memphis, TN
Greg loves his guitar (Photo by Irene Young)
Kira Records' logo
At a BobTrap House Concert ... with Clinton Collins and his daughter, Nicole Walters
In the songwriter's room
Greg and Muriel Anderson after a gig in Downers Grove, IL, 1998
Homebrew: Greg, Tom Ohmsen, Randolph Walker & Tim Owen
At a Sedalia Center concert: Greg, Eddy Adcock, Dr. Bill McCabe, Robbie Dumitt
Rollin album front cover: Bass Mountain Boys of Graham, North Carolina (1984)
Rollin album back cover: John Maness, Johnny Ridge, Greg Trafidlo, Jeff Maness, & Mike Wilson. This record included Greg's original "I Live in a Dream"
The Bass Mountain Boys perform on the Bluegrass circuit
Greg with the Bass Mountain Boys In his Bluegrass era (circa 1983)
Mac Wiseman, Greg and Josh Graves at a Bass Mt. Bluegrass Festival
County Records in Floyd, VA One of the first places Greg visited when he moved to Virginia.
The Greater Chicago Bluegrass Band: Roger Bellow, Chuck Kling, Jeff Krause, Greg Trafidlo, & Scott Kieffer (1973)
GCBB's album cover: The Gate to Chicago's historic Union Stockyards
GCBB album back cover: The record included Greg's original "I Live in a Dream"
Chuck Kling and Greg Chuck (deceased) was GCBB's band leader and mandolin player. Greg now plays his mandolin.
GCBB's Chuck Kling, Scott Keiffer (hidden), Richard Hood, & Greg
Men in hats Richard Hood and Greg of GCBB
Bill Monroe admires Greg's portrait of him
Shady Grove Singers, circa 1964 John Duner, Greg Trafidlo, Ed Eular, John Jamison, Rick Bartosek
Shady Grove Singers in the graveyard Greg, John Jamison, Ed Euler, John Duner, Rick Bartosek playing in the Main Street Cemetery, Downers Grove, IL
Shady Grove Singers at Grendel's Fenn Greg, Ed Euler, John Jamison, John Duner, Rick Bartosek in Wheaton, IL
Shady Grove Singers Greg, Eddie Euler, Tom Jamison, John Duner, & Rick Bartosek at Grendel's Fen in Wheaton, IL (1964)
The Campus Four Skip Frances, Barry Ganek, Greg, & Bill Grimes (heart throbs of Downers Grove High School 1962)
First gig in 1949 Greg plays to a captive audience