Greg Godovitz biography

Greg Godovitz was born March 20, 1951 in Toronto, Ontario. Greg Godovitz circa 1972 Greg began playing music as bassist/vocalist in 1964 with a British Invasion group called The Pretty Ones with future Fludd band-mates Edmund and Brian Pilling. Subsequent bands included The Pyggs (blues), The Mushroom Castle (psychedelic) and Sherman and Peabody (blues rock). Next up Greg rejoined the Pilling brothers in Fludd where they recorded a number of top ten AM radio hits including Cousin Mary and Turned 21. In 1975 Greg formed Goddo who recorded eleven (11) albums of eclectic hard edged rock and roll. Goddo continues these days with the original lineup after 37 years.

Greg Godovitz 2010 Greg is the author of his autobiography Travels With My Amp, and hosted a radio show called Rock Talk for two years on Toronto’s Newstalk 1010 CFRB. Greg currently lives in Calgary, Alberta where he is active on the scene producing local acts, performing live and doing session work. Greg is also working on his first solo album, aMuseMe, which will feature the talents of Paul Dean (Loverboy), Russell Broom (Jann Arden), Mike Little (George Canyon) and classical guitar virtuoso Oscar Lopez. In the year 2014 greg will celebrate 50 years as a musician.

Greg Godovitz aMuseMe CD release annoucement