Greg Boland is one of Ireland’s most experienced touring and recording guitarists. Best known as a collaborative and session musician, he has worked with many critically acclaimed bands and artists.
His career began in the 1970's as a member of Jazz/Rock band ‘Supply Demand & Curve’ following which he joined Ireland’s most successful ‘Soul/Funk’ band of the decade - the legendary ‘Stagalee’.
During this period he established himself as a very busy studio session guitarist, playing on scores of albums, singles, advertising jingles, TV/Film Themes and Soundtracks.
His considerable experience, burgeoning reputation and silky guitar skills led inevitably to being in demand for Theatre and TV sessions as well as contributions to a wide range of genres in the contemporary music scene.
As a member of 'Scullion' he enjoyed significant success on the acoustic music and festival circuit of the early 1980's, recording four albums.
In the mid 80's he co-formed ‘Bumper to Bumper’ a sophisticated
R & B outfit featuring some of Dublin’s top studio session players.
Greg has also toured and/or recorded with the following International and Irish artistes and bands:
Carole King; Steve Winwood; Leo Sayer; Sonny Condell; Freddie White; Bill Whelan; Mary Coughlan; Fleadh Cowboys; Bono; Dolores Keane; Christy Moore; Moving Hearts, Davy Spillane Band (Moya Brennan, Sinead O'Connor w. Davy Spillane); Mary Stokes; Donal Lunny; Sean Tyrell, Nigel Rolfe; Shaun Davey; Rita Connolly; Stockton’s Wing; Midnite Well; Maura O’Connell; Henry McCullough; Frances Black; The Black Family; The Bards; Red Hurley; Johnny Logan; Johnny Doohan; Jimmy McCarthy; Liam Merriman; Eoin O'Meachair; The Houseshakers; Chris Lewis; Tommy Fleming; National Concert Orchestra; RTE National Symphony Orchestra and many more.