Multi-charting Top 10 Billboard artist, touring guitarist for Alan Parsons Project and Starship, whose Alastair Greene Band has drawn comparisons to Gov’t Mule, ZZ Top and Cream
Alastair Greene is a multi-charting Top 10 Billboard artist. The Alastair Greene Band, which has drawn comparisons to Gov’t Mule, ZZ Top and Cream, recently celebrated their 20th anniversary with a two-disc live album. Alastair’s 2023 album Alive In The New World was produced by Tab Benoit for Whiskey Bayou Records. Alastair will be releasing a brand new studio record in 2024 on RUF Records.
Alastair Greene’s rock credentials include eight years of international touring on guitar and vocals with the Alan Parsons Project (2010-2017), and major dates with Starship featuring Mickey Thomas; as a blues player he is a longtime regular and host at the Memphis-based Blues Foundation events, performances and showcases, has been a featured performer at the Big Blues Bender and the Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise, and criss-crossed the globe touring with Sugaray Rayford’s band, which was nominated for a 2020 Blues Music Award with Greene.
Most recently, Greene has been touring cross-country in support of Tab Benoit, and also with his own power trio, the Alastair Greene Band. Alastair also supported Walter Trout on recent tours of Europe and the UK.
“Alastair Greene is killing it! He is singing great, writing great, he is at the height of his powers.”
“A major talent in the Blues Rock category”
BLUES MUSIC MAGAZINE
"Alastair's tone is impeccably rich and complex, which will endear him to guitar fans everywhere, and he uses it to get the most out of every note.
ROCK & BLUES MUSE
"Imagine a meld of Cream, Johnny Winter, North Mississippi All-Starts, Jimi Hendrix, and Santana and you will have some idea of the music laid down by Alastair Greene."
BLUES IN BRITAIN
2023 Blues Blast Music Awards nominee, best Live Blues Album, "Alive in the New World"
2019 Blues Blast Music Award nominee, Rock Blues Album of the Year, "Live From the 805"
Guitarist and vocalist with the Alan Parsons Project (2010-2017)
Guitarist and vocalist with Starship featuring Mickey Thomas