Blake, Greg


  • From Kansas City, Missouri. He has also has lived in Colorado, West Virgina, South Carolina.
  • A singer and guitarist who has performed with numerous bands over the years including Special Consensus and Jeff Scroggins and Colorado.
  • He attended Bible College and Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri and played guitar for 15 years with the Bluegrass Missourians. He also traveled for three years with the Harvest Quartet, a gospel group.
  • He is a past winner of the Kansas State flatpick guitar championship.
  • 2007, moved to Conifer, Colorado and served as pastor of the Elk Creek Community Church. He also formed his own band called Mountain Holler and also worked with a group called Troublesome Gulch.
  • 2011, joined Jeff Scroggins and Colorado.
  • 2013, formed a duo with K.C. Groves (“Blake and Groves”), formerly with Uncle Earl.
  • 2015, released first solo project “Songs of Heart and Home” (no label).
  • 2017, after moving back to Kansas City, he formed a new band called Real Country. That band eventually became Greg Blake and Hometown.
  • 2021, joined Special Consensus, singing lead and playing guitar. He continues to have a solo career and play with his Hometown band.
  • 2022, Greg Blake and Hometown released “The View from Home” album (Mountain Holler).