Rock And Blues Muse

After seven enriching years as Alan Parsons’ touring sideman, Alastair Greene steps out with his new solo album, Dream Train, due on October 20th from Rip Cat Records. With this thirteen song collection Greene proves he deserves the spotlight. I could sum up this record with a three-word review: “The Real Deal” …but my editor expects more column inches than that and I do like to keep her happy, so let’s dig in. READ MORE


American Blues News

Alastair Greene is a man on a mission these days. He wants to bring his unique blend of rock and blues to fans old and new, worldwide. Greene spent seven years with Alan Parsons contributing his vocal and guitar coloring to that incredibly unique and inviting sound, known to millions. READ MORE

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American Blues Scene

Alastair Greene’s New ‘Dream Train’

Album Out In October

Dream Train features an impressive array of special guests including:
 Walter TroutDebbie DaviesMike ZitoMike Finnigan, and 
Dennis Gruenling. Alastair is supported on Dream Train by his
touring band, Jim Rankin on bass and Austin Beede on drums.

The Grateful Web (song premiere)

Song Premiere: Alastair Greene's Dream Train on Rip Cat Records

ALASTAIR GREENE – Blues Rock Guitarist & Vocalist at Alastair Greene Band / Former Guitarist for Alan Parsons

Alastair Greene’s musical journey has been anything but traditional. His combination of Blues, Southern Rock, and Jam Band sensibilities has been thrilling audiences for nearly two decades. His recent performances at the Chicago Blues Festival and the Big Blues Bender in Las Vegas have kept his Blues fans satisfied, while his onstage jams with Al Schnier and Vinny Amico from moe. and stage time with Eric Burdon, Walter Trout, Savoy Brown, and Starship featuring Mickey Thomas keep guitarists wondering what he'll do next. READ MORE

American Blues Scene (Album announcement and trailer video)

Photo by Amanda Peacock

The culmination of Greene’s musical experiences, influences, and passion is his new record, Dream Train. The album was produced and mixed by David Z, whose production credits include Buddy Guy, Gov’t Mule, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Jonny Lang. Dream Train features 13 new songs, 12 of which are Greene originals. The sole cover is a previously unreleased song written by none other than Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top called “Nome Zayne,” which was recorded with Billy’s blessing. The songs on Dream Train range from the hard driving blues rock of the title track, to the sensitive Curtis Mayfield tinged instrumental “Iowa.” “Big Bad Wolf” finds the band in familiar boogie blues rock territory while “DareDevil” takes listeners on a more traditional blues shuffle ride. READ MORE