- Greg is well versed on several instruments and has sung with numerous bands
- Greg has appeared in both musical and dramatic productions
- Voice Overs
Greg Jaqua has become one of the most popular entertainers in his field and he’s now available NATION-WIDE!
Greg has appeared in both musical and dramatic productions beginning with his portrayal of Nathan Detroit in “Guys N Dolls” and ending with his most recent performance as “Prez” in “The Pajama Game”. Some of the other productions Greg has appeared in include “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” “The Matchmaker,” “The Night Thoreau Spent In Jail,” “January Thaw,” “Arsenic and Old Lace,” “Death Of A Salesman” and many others.
Honing his keyboard skills, he began composing and arranging, as well as voice-over work and production.
Greg got a call asking if he could perform as “Elvis” at a 40th birthday party. The call was the result of a misunderstanding of Greg’s role in the tribute show group. Never having performed as Elvis before, Greg was apprehensive but agreed to do the performance. Needless to say, Greg was a hit and soon he began receiving calls to do his Tribute Show at private parties and special events.
Greg has won several awards as well as the respect of his piers in the industry for his “Tribute to the King”. Greg’s list of past clients is long and prestigious. He has performed as “The King” for American Movie Classics, Charter Communications, etc. Greg was crowned Grand Champion of the Elvis Fest Impersonator Contest, he was named “First Runner-Up.” in Lady Luck Music’s annual People’s Choice Awards in Montreal, Quebec.
Gregory B. Jaqua: Greg is a premier Elvis Tribute Artist (look a-like and sound alike). He has been performing over a decade. He wears professionally made jumpsuits, has real hair & sideburns and performs a professional, quality show with or without a band.