Greg Percifield

Greg Percifield

Dueling Pianist

Hello.  My name is Greg Percifield. Welcome to my website!  You’re certainly welcome here, although I have to say that I’ve really built the site just for myself.  It’s a place for me to stay focused by organizing my thoughts, schedule, and goals.

I’ve found having a blog helps me to stay on track, stay motivated, and stay productive.  Hopefully, you’ll find something here that interests you.  If you do, please be sure to leave a comment.  I love talking with other people about similar interests!

Who am I?  In a nutshell, I’m a nut who enjoys music.  I study piano and voice every day.  I am a dueling pianist.  I enjoy my friends and family.  Sometimes there is alcohol involved, but I tend to regret that the next morning.

But I did say ‘in a nutshell.’  You’ll find more articles about singing, playing piano, and other things that interest me, throughout the site.  And if you’d like to know a bit more about me.  Here is an extended bio.

 

Soul Asylum To Return With “Delayed Reaction”

Soul Asylum, the band best known for the 90s karaoke staple "Runaway Train", are preparing to release their first album in six years. Dubbed "Delayed Reaction", the record reunites front-man (and onetime Winona Ryder arm candy) Dave Pirner with the...

Aerosmith Plot “Global Warming Tour” With Cheap Trick

While still right in the middle of another lackluster season of American Idol, Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler took the time to announce a slew of American shows beginning this summer. Interestingly, legendary power-pop band Cheap Trick has been confirmed as the opening...

Top 5: Movie Soundtracks

In the wake of "The Hunger Games Soundtrack" and its semi-unlikely chart domination, we here at Music Forte thought it'd be nice to run down the list of our favorite movie soundtracks. While everyone seemed to love "Dirty Dancing" and "The...

Album Review – OFWGKTA

As much as he pleads to the contrary, Tyler The Creator is Odd Future. The latest (Internet only) OFWGKTA release tries really hard to de-emphasize that essential truth and, to a large extent, it succeeds. "OF Tape Volume 2" is the best collective statement...

Drake Announces “Club Paradise” Tour Dates

As promised earlier this year, Drake is taking his blockbuster album "Take Care" on the road. A slew of just announced dates will keep him busy through the middle of the summer. The trek, dubbed the "Club Paradise Tour" will feature Drake-approved...

Top 5: Music Documentaries

From "Ray" to "Walk the Line", music movies are a staple of American cinema. Fascinating as these dramatic interpretations can be, we here at Music Forte believe that they can't possibly capture the full story like a great documentary can. With...

Album Review – Fun. “Some Nights”

One thing is for certain: people are talking about Fun. The New York pop group are making unexpected waves in all corners of the world. Not all of it is positive, however. A recent review of their new album referred to the group as "edgy radio Disney." While...

Upcoming Canadian Madonna Show Irks Quebec Locals

  Quebec's Plains of Abraham, a former battlefield and Canada's oldest historic site, has played host to a number of concerts over the years. Paul McCartney, Elton John, Metallica, Van Halen and Celine Dion have all played concerts at the park. Now...

Danzig Legacy, Fun added to Bonnaroo Lineup

After last month's unveiling of this year's Bonnaroo headliners, few people thought it could get much better. This morning, festival organizers added a few exciting names to the lineup. Santigold, Puscifer, Fun, Temper Trap and The Cave Singers will join an...

Josh Homme Sues

"Kyuss Lives!", the star-less version of  the legendary stoner-rock band that has been touring for the last couple of years are officially being sued by Josh Homme and Scott Reeder, two high-profile ex members. Though the group had been allowed to tour...
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