Back from Athens, GA, Greco return to Red Light Café joined by Atlanta's own New Terminus and Massachusetts up-and-coming singer / songwriter Maria Earabino.
Born in the North, raised in the South, Johann Greco is a singer/songwriter and musician of 20 years. He hails from Northeast Georgia and brings his brand of genre-blending musicology into everything he does on stage and in the studio. Soothed as a child by Simply Red, Jim Croce and Gordon Lightfoot and excited by The Doors and Hendrix. Cut his teeth on Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots and Guns n' Roses, honed his chops to Cream and Zeppelin. Got laid to Marcy Playground and Cypress Hill. Toked up to Sublime and wound down to CSNY. Earned his dues rocking the honky-tonks and chicken wire bars of the real dirty South. Led people to beautiful secret places as a Music Minister and beckoned them into the dens of sex and sin with wailing voices and screaming guitars. Joined by his brothers, Greco have been a lot of things to a lot of people. We hope they become something to you.
New Terminus is an Atlanta-based rock band with high-powered guitar-driven melodies and stylistic pop sensibilities. The band’s influences vary from Built To Spill and Superchunk to the Pixies and Pinback. Combining captivating melodies, intricate lyrical stylings and driving rock music, New Terminus infuses each song with infectious energy.
Maria Earabino has been performing live for over 15 years and is a prolific writer and musician. She has performed solo, in duets, quartets and larger bands for the last 7 years, covering a range of genres as well as her own originals. Her voice, instrumental sound and writing style are hard to categorize, but fit into these areas: Pop, Folk, Indie Rock, Blues, Alt Rock, and more. She has opened up for many regional and national acts: Jennel Garcia, Paige Thomas, Ayla Brown, Landon Austin, Delisa and The Honor Society.