Recording Artist

Ellis’ recording career began at age fifteen with a solo number 1 single in Italy.
Greg Ellis Recording Artist

Singer

Pop Music

Ellis landed a record deal with BMG/Coconut Records in Germany and the single Don’t Break the Heart with the band Chyp Notic charted in several European territories.

Don’t Break The Heart (Extended Version)

vocals by Greg Ellis, music by Don Chereyne, lyrics by Tom Jamski, produced by Chris Le Blanc

Don’t Break The Heart (Radio Edit)

vocals by Greg Ellis, music by Don Chereyne, lyrics by Tom Jamski, produced by Chris Le Blanc

Minipops

Ellis was part of the kid pop group Minipops.. He recorded vocals on multiple albums including:

  • We’re the Mini Pops (1983)
  • Christmas (1984)
  • Let’s Dance (1984)
  • Wanna Have Fun (1985)

Musical Theater

Ellis’ vocals can be heard on multiple musical theatre soundtracks and he also recorded an album at London’s famed Abbey Road Studios.

Ellis collaborated with Robbie Williams on his 2005 album Intensive Care and recorded backing vocals on three tracks, Ghosts, Spread Your Wings and Sin Sin Sin.

Starlight Express

Ellis originated the role of Rusty in Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new Starlight Express and can be heard on the original cast album.

Starlight Express

Vocals by Greg Ellis, Music by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Richard Stilgoe

Crazy

Vocals by Greg Ellis, Music by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Richard Stilgoe

Next Time You Fall in Love

The single Next Time You Fall in Love was released on Polydor Records

Vocals by Greg Ellis & Reva Rice, written by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Starlight Sequence

Vocals by Greg Ellis & Lon Satton, Music by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Richard Stilgoe

Out of The Blue

Greg originated the role of John Marshall in the musical Out of the Blue that premiered at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End in November 1994.

Only Believe

Music by Shunn-Ichi Tokura, libretto by Paul Sand

You are all I See

Music by Shunn-Ichi Tokura, libretto by Paul Sand

Watch: Greg Ellis & Meredith Braun performing in Out of the Blue at The Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End

Miss Saigon

Ellis was cast as the alternate Chris in the original production of Cameron Mackintosh’s multi-award winning musical Miss. Saigon which world premiered at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane in 1989.
Ellis has performed the U.S. national anthem at both a N.Y. Rangers hockey game and Oakland A’s baseball game.

Ellis co-wrote Miracle for American Idol, recorded by season 10 The Voice winner Alison Porter.

Miracle

vocals by Alison Porter | written by American Idol musical director Michael Orland and Greg Ellis, produced by Ted Perlman

Songwriter

Record Producer

Ellis produced an album and an EP through his independent record label Flava Records.

Open Sesame Seed

Singer/songwriter Nick Heyward (from the 80’s pop band Haircut 100) wrote original songs and poems and asked Ellis to produce and narrate. The storybook album Open Sesame Seed was created in collaboration with Emmy Award® winning sound engineer Dan Cubert.

A Magical Journey

Performed by Greg Ellis | Written by Nick Heyward | Produced by Greg Ellis

Angel Fish

Performed by Nick Heyward & Greg Ellis | Written by Nick Heyward | Produced by Greg Ellis

Jamie Pumpkin

Performed by Greg Ellis | Written by Nick Heyward | Produced by Greg Ellis

Phat + Laced EP

A selection of old school hip hop beats on vinyl.

Early Studio Demos

Ellis has written and recorded various demos covering a wide range of musical genres including rock, pop and country.

Pop

Change

Written by Greg Ellis

I Have and I Always Will

Written by Dave Barnes

Changes of the Season

Written by Greg Ellis

Rock

Jonny Pleasant

Written by Dan Cubert

Virus

Written by Dan Cubert

Messiah

Written by Dan Cubert

Country

The Drinking Song

Produced by Ken Corday & Greg Ellis

Sweet Kentuky Girl

Written by Greg Ellis

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