Craig garnered his reputation as his generation’s “troubadour piano man” (Jambands.com), performing in the bars and on the streets of Chile and Spain from 2002 to 2004. With his infectious melodies and musicianship reminiscent of Billy Joel or Ben Folds, Greenberg creates a sound that is at once both familiar and unique. His voice is filled with soul and personality, reflecting him being a native New Yorker, and also his professional musician beginnings abroad. Touring nationally and internationally, Greenberg currently calls Queens home.
In November of 2007, Craig co-produced and released his debut EP, entitled “The World and Back”, and in August of 2010 released his sophomore effort, “Spinning In Time”, which to date has received airplay on almost 100 radio stations around the country, and gets played regularly on Pandora. The single from that EP, “Our Own Way”, was placed in the 2012 feature film “Doggie B” by none other than Jane Wiedlin, The Go-Go’s bass player and principal songwriter.
His release “The Grand Loss & Legacy” (LP, May 2015) was his most personal (and most rock-based) work to date. It was written up in the Huffington Post, and received national radio play and charted in the RELIX Top 30 Radio albums. The first single off the album “That Girl Is Wrong For You” was awarded Grand Prize Wnner in the Relix JamOFF contest and was featured in the June 2015 issue and CD sampler.
Craig is currently working on a new album he plans to release in 2019.