Greylan James / Chas Sandford
September 24, 2017 @ 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm
Greylan James is a singer-songwriter and producer from Knoxville, Tennessee. Greylan began playing guitar at age 10 and by 13 he was opening for acts like Kenny Chesney, The Band Perry, Eli Young Band, etc. Greylan appeared on Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice, and was ranked in Guitar Center’s Brotherhood of The Guitar Top 20 Guitar Players under 21.
Greylan moved to Nashville in 2014, and signed his first publishing deal. In 2017, Greylan signed to Dreamlined Entertainment Group and is one of the hottest young songwriters and producers in town.
Chas Sandford is an acclaimed artist/songwriter/producer/engineer/guitarist and world-class studio owner. Sandford’s multiplatinum hits include: “Missing You” recorded by John Waite, Tina Turner, Rod Stewart, Alison Krauss; “What Kind of Man Would I Be” Chicago and “Talk To Me” by Stevie Nicks just to name a few. As a writer and producer Chas has worked with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bonnie Raitt, Ron Wood, Willie Nelson, Rod Stewart, Stevie Nicks, Chicago, Levon Helm, Roger Daltrey, Sammy Hagar, Neils Lofgrin and Dickey Bets. Chas’ latest album Wag More Bark Less is a compelling collection of strong songs that has been described as a contemporary classic with a proudly modern classic rock edge