Greg’s next band, Good Seed, started when he met Jeff Tyler, Rick Panyard, and Rich Gootee—three local song writers who also sang and played instruments. Together with Doug, Chris, and Billy, this new band played around the nation for over a decade and produced several albums with great local support. As band members got married and started families, and the demands of life began to change, so did Greg’s music career. He continued to write and record with Rich Gootee, but eventually branched off into other exciting opportunities.
Greg spent several years writing and arranging music for radio and television advertisements and other touring bands and artists including Henry Lee Summer and The Wright Brothers. After taking some time in the early 1980’s to study theology, he joined the country group Branded and appeared as a regular cast member of the television show, “The High Country Caravan,” filmed before a live studio audience at the Grand Ol’ Opry.
In 1989, Greg began a 14-year journey of arranging music for The Wright Brothers band. During this time, he produced three albums with front man Tom Wright under the band name Radio Nights which sold several thousand copies. Other experiences include playing and singing on “The Patriotic” CD with Lee Greenwood including hits from “The American Way” album recorded for A & E and KRB Music; and backing up The Wright Brothers on piano and ukulele in concerts with Terre Haute, Columbus, and Carmel Symphony Orchestras.