Greg Carrillo is a guitarist, bassist, writer and singer who has called Nashville, Tennessee home since 2009. Growing up in Orlando, Greg started playing professionally at age 19 at a blues club called City Jazz in Universal Studios City Walk. By 21 he inked a deal as the lead guitarist for then RCA recording artists 3AE, who were the brainchild of NYC producer Tony Battaglia (Kieth Richards, Eric Clapton, Joe Walsh, Shinedown, KC and the Sunshine Band) and Pete Thornton(Limp Bizkit, Paramore, Susan Tudeschi). At 23, Greg moved to Miami to cofound Sauna Records and Sweatshop productions. Upon his return to Orlando in '04 he began playing in various churches(360, First Presbyterian of Orlando) and Full Sail University as the house bassist and guitarist. For the next 5 years Greg found himself working with artists like Shinedown and Gary Howe of Bad Company and dozens of other local bands/artists.

Since living in Nashville, Greg has been playing with country artist Brett Eldredge, who has shared bills with Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Darius Rucker, Brad Paisley and Taylor Swift. During this time Greg has backed up Thomas Rhett, Ronnie Dunn and Michael Ray. In '12 Greg released his first solo project entitled Saudade, which can be found on iTunes or streamed on Spotify.