Gregg Bacon

“Sizzlin' Gregg Bacon” an Indianapolis native and jazz legend, is considered one of the most exciting and versatile musical entertainers. Gregg began performing jazz, blues and R&B as a teenager. Early in his career, Gregg studied saxophone with Nicholas Brightman at Butler University and was mentored by saxophonist Charles Tyler and singer James Bell. He can play the flute and perfected the technique of playing two and three saxophones at the same time.

Touring and performance highlights include: opening for Alex Bugnon, Najee, Aretha Franklin, Slave, The O'Jays, Babyface, and John Cougar Mellencamp (Payton Manning Children's Hospital Fundraiser); playing in Las Vegas; Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's featured guest, New Years Eve 2004; Lucas Oil Stadium's grand opening; the Indianapolis Colts Superbowl Ring Party; The Indianapolis Jazz Fest; Indiana Black Expo and the Elkhart Black Expo.

Gregg is an active volunteer for the Clarian Health Breast Cancer Survivors and St. Vincent's Foundation, Breast Cancer Awareness. Gregg is a member and musician at Liberation A.M.E. Zion Church and was featured with its mass choir on a Christmas CD released in 2008. His CDs include “Makin' Bacon”, “Secret Place”, “Jam Faktor”, and “My New America”.