Featured Client – Jeff Alan Greenway

J.A.G. on Twitter

J.A.G. on Twitter

J.A.G. on Facebook

J.A.G. on Facebook

Jeff Alan Greenway (j.a.g.) is a singer/songwriter and pianist from Toronto, Canada.
He has just released his first original EP, “Great Expectations”, which has received airplay on CBC & Fairchild radio and rave reviews. Jeff just recently completed a successful tour of the East Coast with shows in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Jeff has been playing piano since the age of 3, and writing and singing for almost as long. Well-known on the Toronto music scene as both a singer/songwriter and a keyboard player for the likes of indie darlings Cai.ro and Marcus Walker, he has played many venues such as C’est What, the Supermarket, Musideum and the Distillery District as a solo performer.

His talents have been recognized with a FACTOR Canada New Talent Award, a profile on Rogers, two honorable mentions in the UNISONG international songwriting contest and an honorable mention for his song “Cavalry” in the international Song Of The Year contest.

To find out more about Jeff Alan Greenway, visit his WEBSITE or be sure to purchase Great Expectations on iTUnes.

Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
  • JAG plays piano with a theatrical flair in the classic tradition of Rufus Wainwright, Elton John, Queen and Tori Amos.



Jeff’s music is an original mix of 70’s inspired pop, jazz, soul and folk similar to early Elton John, Billy Joel and Tori Amos. He’s received 3 honorable mentions in international songwriting contests. His first CD can be heard on CBC and iTunes, and he just completed a tour of the East Coast in July 2013.

“Jeff’s approach very much reminds me of an early Billy Joel. He expresses hope, he expresses sadness and his lyrics are saturated with feeling. it’s a smooth, tender expression [that]strikes for the heart. If you still haven’t heard at least one of [his songs]by the end of the day you’re missing out…” – Johnny Sixstring, weloverocknpop.com


Comments are closed.