Gregory McLoughlin, a bassist and songwriter living in Jersey City, has recently released his latest single, “Woody Guthrie,” a song reflecting on struggles and the healing power of music.
Gregory writes and records as a solo artist, in addition to writing for artists including Beeman & Bannon, BuzzUniverse, Julia Kirk, Ross Sandler, Anthony Tamburro, Abbe Rivers, Johnny Bullitt, Anna Oh and others. He also performs in the tri-state area with his band, Gregory McLoughlin & the Lemonade Band.
McLoughlin didn’t set out to write about Woody Guthrie, and the song isn’t about the famous folk legend, he is just the destination where the songwriting took him. McLoughlin wrote the song in his head
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