Sturgeon Bay, Door County, WI, United States
242 Michigan Street Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin 54235 US

An instrumental flute and piano duo from Sturgeon Bay, WI, The Gregory’s take on classic pop and jazz standards as well as traditional Celtic music that is sure to add an extra touch of class and casual elegance to your next event.

Perfect for weddings and receptions, restaurants, cocktail hours, formal dinners, social gatherings and parties, they look forward to entertaining your guests and helping to add that little something extra special to their experience.

Bio: Husband and wife Josh and Gwen Gregory came from very different musical backgrounds. Gwen is a classically trained flutist who has played for both the UW Eau Claire orchestra and Edgewood College chamber orchestra. Josh is a rock, blues, and jazz pianist who has played in local bands Little Marsh Overflow and The Off Season and who has also sat in regularly with local favorites The Nicks and The Johnson Project. In 2012, after nearly 10 years together but having never played music with each other, Josh needed to put an act together on roughly 6 hours’ notice for the set break during the Fishstock Concert Series in Fish Creek, WI. His usual musical partner had come down ill. Not wanting to cancel the gig, Gwen offered to play with him and they settled on a genre of music that they both have a love for, Celtic music. They both had a lot of fun playing music together that night and deemed that impromptu performance a success. Since then they have played throughout Door County at weddings, restaurants, special retail events, and community events such as Sturgeon Bay’s Fine Art Fair. The more they play together, the larger their repertoire has expanded from Celtic music to include pop and jazz standards with artists ranging from The Beatles and Ray Charles to John Denver and the Muppets.

Always looking for more opportunities to play music together, they are available for hire at your next event!

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