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Craig Greenberg / Press

“Here is a really energetic, piano-based, singer/songwriter's EP that is definitely worth checking out. It's tough to do what Craig Greenberg does and not be compared to Ben Folds (my backhanded way of comparing him to Ben Folds). However, his voice is not only spot-on good, but it's definitely quirky and fun to listen to. Greenberg is a good songwriter, and this EP deserves a spin if you enjoy pop music.”

".. A long-awaited follow-up to his first EP, “The World and Back” (2007), Greenberg is thrilled to finally start touring and promoting this his new album, "Spinning In Time" beginning this fall, as well as get into the stream of college shows and music festivals. Born in Queens and raised on Long Island, Craig moved back to NYC immediately after graduating college in Atlanta. Interestingly, he didn’t begin performing until several years later, while he was living abroad down in Chile and Spain. It was those two countries that Greenberg credits with getting his “start" as a singer/songwriter. Returning to NY when he felt he had gained the writing and performing chops to keep up with the amazing level of talent in the city, Craig has worked diligently to put out an EP that showcases the perseverance, creativity, and the long, winding road that always brings an artist back to the energy of New York City.

“New Yorker Craig Greenberg is this time around’s troubadour piano man, combining the pop sensibilities of Billy Joel with the lyrical smarts of Randy Newman. His new Spinning In Time is living proof, offering up five tracks’ worth of haven’t-I-heard-that-before moments that manage to feel both fresh and familiar. ”

“Craig Greenberg’s debut EP is exactly what a proper debut should be: unselfconscious, energetic and fun. ...tracks here are driven by jaunty, lively keys, quick-witted lyrics, and experimental arrangements.”