Robert Greaney captivates audiences with his electrifying guitar playing and silky vocals. As a solo artist, he's able to blend different musical styles together to create his own unique sound.  He uses 'background tracks' to create the sound of a full band.  From Rock, Blues, Jazz, Country, TropRock, and his own original music...he plays it all!  Robert plays for a variety of venues and events including resorts, clubs, restaurants, country clubs, private and corporate events including weddings and holiday parties.  These are some of the venues and clients Robert has already played for. . . 


- T-Bone Tom's                                                  - Super Bowl XXXVIII Pre-game event
- Kemah Boardwalk                                        - The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa
- San Luis Resort and Hotel                         - Sweetwater Country Club
- Haak Vineyards & Winery                          - Carlton Woods Country Club
- Bernhardt Winery                                         - FMC
- The Woodlands Country Club                 - Nabors Corp
- Vintage Park                                                    - Afton Pumps
- City Centre                                                       - Dressor-Rand
- Tommy Bahamas Restaurant                  - Hilton Galveston
- Hyatt Hotels
- Marriott Hotels
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- NOV Grant Prideco
- Towne Lake




Scene Magazine 12/2017 - - On stage this evening was Robert Greaney with his tone monster combination of a classic Gibson 137 playing into a Fender Deluxe Reverb.  Something that evening was unique about Robert's playing that evening as the verse, chorus, and jam flowed along with an underlying tempo that was comfortably natural - not your typical beat machine/looper rig.  When I asked him about this, he explained how he actually performed and recorded all of the backing instrument parts (drums, bass, pad, etc) that was loaded into the sequencer.  He knew the song so well, it let him never play a song the same way twice. *This* is over the top...Recording skills aside, we were very impressed with Greaney's playing skills, laying out technically skilled runs with an ease that made you wonder if Don Felder or Steuart Smith was in the room." 


Scene Magazine 3/2018 - - "Robert Greaney is not only one *really* fine musician with his six string and sequence box, he is also among the finer entertainers we've got on the beat." 


Music News Magazine - - "It's a tough gig when you're a solo artist.  There's nobody to fall back on, you're up front all the time.  Just ask Robert Greaney.  Robert does this all the time, and he does a great job at it.  He can play just about any request you have.  We caught up with him up in the Katy area and were real impressed with him.  Robert plays Blues, Rock, and Country.  Next time you hear about him playing somewhere, put it on your list to drop by and visit.  You'll be glad you did". 

North of the Border - - "Robert Greaney puts on one helluva show for one guy.  From covers such as "Mustang Sally" and Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight" to originals such as "Where The Full Moon Reigns" and "In Our Love".  He has great vocal and guitar playing abilities, as well as song-writing skills". 

Katy Courier Magazine - - He whales the blues!  When he's not at home, Greaney pumps out melodies like a jukebox at Texas Border's and the Kemah Boardwalk, where he covers a repertoire of hits.  "I never have a song list," he said. "I just look out at the audience and think about who's there and what I think they want me to play".  Greaney started his own musical career at 17 with a Michael Jackson-playing pop band, the Heartbreakers.  However, after two years, he switched gears to rhythm and blues when he joined up with the Bad Habits, later to be followed by a stint with alternative-rock band Moss.  He said he never limited his musical style, which was influenced by his parents and his siblings.  During his childhood in Clear Lake, Greaney's mother often took him to the Houston Opera, while his father introduced him to Frank Sinatra.  His older brother followed the Beatles and his sister listened to Led Zeppelin.  The combination, he said, led him to appreciate all types of music.  "If the music's good, audiences are going to like it no matter what era it's from".