Greg Rzab

born in 1959 in Chicago, IL, United States

Alias Gregory Paul Rzab

Greg Rzab

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Greg Rzab (born 1959, Chicago[1]) is an American musician, a bass guitar player.[2]

Greg played for several years with Otis Rush's band, with Buddy Guy's band (1986-1998), and he also had a number of stints, tours, sessions, and records with other famous blues performers.[1][3] In 2000, he was a member of the touring lineup of The Black Crowes and is featured on the bonus tracks of their 2000 album Live at the Greek with Jimmy Page. He was also a touring member of Gov't Mule for tours in late 2002 and early 2003.

Since 2009 he is a member of a new lineup of the Bluesbreakers.[4]


  1. ^ a b Greg Rzab profile
  2. ^ Greg Rzab at AllMusic
  3. ^ Greg Rzab, an interview by George J. Manno for Vintage Guitar, November 6, 2001
  4. ^ "Mayall History" at the official John Mayall website

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