Who is Red Bird?
Fronted by Bre Gregg (vocals) and Dan Gildea (guitar), Red Bird’s sound is led by powerful yet tender vocals interspersed with mind-bending guitar features. Bre and Dan are magic together organically sharing the lead in a way that brings both to the forefront. Jeff Langston (bass) and Charlie Doggett (drums) are a force to be reckoned with, creating driving rhythm you will feel. Dancing between soul, R&B and roots, their sound is both electrifying and intimate. You will be transported to a dimly lit and pulsating music club, but somehow feel you are listening in your best friend’s living room.
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What people are saying
“Just interviewed my favorite Portland band! If you like the music of Bonnie Raitt, Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Patsy Cline or Nina Simone, you will love Red Bird’s music. ”
— Stephanie Kralevich, More Good Day Oregon (Fox 12)
“The result is a band that is unabashedly soulful with elements of blues and roots. Gregg’s formal vocal training is evident in her ability to trade in both tenderness and sheer force.”
Lullaby Project - Oregon Symphony
Bre chosen to write music for those in need
Wow. I am deeply honored for this opportunity. I have the great pleasure of joining the ranks of some of my favorite musicians in Portland, including Anna Tivel, LaRhonda Steele, Edna Vazquez, Stephanie Schneiderman, Naomi LaViolette, Mariana Thielen and Reece Marshburn. Storm Large who was involved last year is on tour, so they asked me to step in! We have the great privilege of writing songs for homeless mothers to pass along to their children. Save the date for April 25th at the Old Church and listen to all of our creations! Learn more by clicking on the image to the left or visit www.oregonsymphony.org.
Oregon Music News Story!
I am so honored that Holly Johnson of Oregon Music News wrote this great story about Red Bird and my journey with songwriting. Click the link to the left to read the story! Here is a little taste..."She has this great voice, forceful one minute, tender the next, controlled yet simmering with feeling."