Greg Klyma

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(2017) “Singer Greg Klyma has been quietly perfecting his craft — and it all comes to fruition on this lovely, sometimes bittersweet but always intelligent new album. Klyma has an alluring, folk-country style and voice that falls somewhere between Steve Earle and Richie Furay of the old Buffalo Springfield. He gathered some heavy-hitters to play with him in guitarists Gurf Morlix and Bill Kirchen, whose artistry elevates this record to an uncommonly high degree. Klyma is no stranger to soured love relationships — and his need for healing is apparent in the title track and a couple of other tunes suffused with intimacy and poetic, heart-probing detail. There is hope in these grooves, though, when he realizes in the darkly challenging ‘Down in the Mouth’ that ‘things are looking up.’ Klyma is a true, throwback troubadour who also appreciates comic relief, as when he lightens up in the raucous ‘Ex-Girlfriends Cost Less Money than Ex-Wives.’ That sounds like a stadium singalong, but most of this album has a more meditative feel which shows Klyma continually emerging as an articulate, first-rate songwriter.” –Steve Morse (Boston Globe, Berklee College of Music)

Another Man's Treasure

(2013)  Greg Klyma delivers an emotionally charged blend of fan favorites from recent tours, and plenty of never-before-heard material on his eighth album, Another Man's Treasure.

I Walk Like This

Variety - The Children's Charity of Buffalo & Western New York, Tent 7 - is a tradition of helping children from all over Western New York. In 2013, Greg's niece, Emily Grace, was the Variety Kids celebrity child. Emily and her Uncle Greg sang “I Walk Like This” during the telethon broadcast. Their performance was a huge success and, as you can see for yourself, a heartwarming moment.


(2010)  As the title suggests, this album is piano and mandolin driven, ranging from the fun-loving polka march to the "Kale Store" to the heartache-infused pop of "Easy Target." Other standout tracks include "Good Work," "Tongue" and "Minor Key."

KLYMALIVE in Buffalo

(2009)  The rust belt vagabond live in Buffalo at the honkiest tonkiest beer joint in town.

Rust Belt Vagabond

(2008)  New school folk songs about Buffalo, NY, Father Baker and post-Katrina NOLA.


(2006)  Smart, Sexy Americana-AAA Rock. A cool ride through unrequited love and lust. Taken that ride yourself? Next time, don't get in the car without your Driver.

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