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Gregory Fletcher is a versatile, award-winning artist thriving in the greater Los Angeles area. As a vocalist originally from California’s Inland Empire, he has become a multifaceted musician, obtaining session work in various musical genres including R&B, jazz, gospel, pop, classical, musical theater and folk. Fletcher has performed around the world, spanning from the Playboy Jazz Festival, Super Bowl LIV, the Monterey Jazz Festival, multiple ACDA and JEN conventions, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, to international venues including St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, the Eisteddfod competition in Llangollen, Wales, and the National Theater and Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan. He has performed alongside world-renowned artists including The Weeknd, Lauren Daigle, Shoshana Bean, Scott Hoying, Kurt Elling, as well as R&B artist Ledisi and american-soul band Frankie Beverly and Maze.


Gregory’s voice can be heard on films such as Just Mercy, Bad Boyz 4 Life, The Call Of The Wild, and Spacejam 2, in addition to television shows like Dear White People, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow. Fletcher can be found on tour with The House Jacks, and works as a songwriting and piano teacher at Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA), a private voice and piano instructor, studio musician, and lead vocalist of R&B band MiloBloom, in addition to writing for several Warner Music Group artists. He has had the opportunity to serve as a guest artist, educator, adjudicator and clinician at numerous Heritage Festivals, SCVA Festivals, the Fullerton Jazz Festival, as well as the Monterey Next Generation Summer Jazz Camp, and continues to work around the world as an active musician and educator.

"Fletcher’s mesmeric R&B vocals ride the beat as he spins out lyrics that paint a picture of beautiful early morning sun rises tinged with an sad, underlying tale of summer heartbreak."

-  Georgina Pellant, The Noise Gate 

"With the sensual electro-R&B track “Summer Nights”, Greg Fletcher takes the vocal lead here, crooning over stuttering and oozing synths"

- Kevin Bronson,

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