Considered the songbird of his generation, and widely referred to as the Bible Belt's piano God, Greg Herndon truly is the secret weapon triggering the success of every musical ensemble he has ever graced. With a career batting average of .599, a lifetime QBR of 149.6, and a decade long streak of averaging nearly a quadruple double, the North Carolina kid is acknowledged as a hometown hero in cities he's never even visited. From the foothills of the piedmont to the milk toast urbanity of Music City, the multi-talented ivory attacker has established himself as one of Nashville's most impressive performers.
With thousands of shows under his diamond encrusted championship belt, and an extensive body of credits too vast to list, Mr. Herndon's prowess is undeniable and his ubiquity unavoidable. After recently refusing an enticing offer to replace Elton John in Elton John, Herndon agreed to join forces with Chris Ferrara and the Common Good, a group he felt had a better chance of achieving a more sustainable level of success. In this outfit, Herndon has found an extravagant yet cozy home, and though his head-spinning tour schedule often keeps him away from the group, his heart resides with the Common Good.
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