Greg Trafidlo is the go-to-guy for Country fiddles dueling till dusk, Folk music, Bluegrass, Cajun love songs, South of the Border Ballads, and tracks to liven up any project related to Nascar, Appalachia, couples fussin' and fightin', or men beggin' their women to come back to bed! Many of Greg's compositions enlist the talents of artists with beautiful, plaintive voices. His humor also shines through in parodies of much that is sacred in America, like "Behavior Self," about self-help books, gurus and aroma therapy. Greg's got the warm humor that will punch up your hot projects.
Song with a civil rights theme incorporating the traditional Black Gospel hymm, "Oh, Freedom," asking listeners to remember their part in the civil rights struggle during the Freedom Summer in Mississippi. Mixed Vocals, Folk Music, Contemporary Folk
A song of personal empowerment that directly speaks to issues women face when going through situations requiring shelter, escape, and protection. Orignially written for a battered women's shelter. Female Vocals, Pop Music, Pop Ballad
A tune about love, loss and other nighttime mysteries in the mountains of Appalachia that won the grand prize at the Louisville Area Songwriters' Competition. Includes a hot fiddle mandolin duet. Male Vocals, Country Music, Bluegrass
An uplifting tribute to caregivers and volunteers who minister to people in crisis. The perfect song for medical relaled conferences and award ceremonies. Sung by a cancer pain management specialist with over twenty years in the profession. Mixed Vocals, Dramatic Music, Heartwarming Music
A humorous parody based on a traditional Irish fiddle tune (The Star of County Down). The is what happens when you switch Guinness with caffeine on St. Paddy's Day. Mixed Vocals, European Music, Irish Music