Live at 120 Diner in Toronto!

Recently I was privileged to be the special guest of the incredible Annie Bonsignore at her Indie Tuesday series and the Songwriters In The Round at the 120 Diner in Toronto.

For those who don’t know Annie, she is an incredible singer, songwriter and musician with a really powerful voice and some beautiful, moving songs. She plays every Tuesday at 120 Diner along with some other great musicians and a different special guest each week. I was really happy to have been joined by her on backing vocals as well as Natalie Wong on violin.

I also had the honour of performing for her A&R Productions Songwriters In The Round series in November – you can catch my performances at 8:30, 28:00, 47:14 and 1hr:09 below.


NEW SINGLE! “Open These Doors”


NOW RELEASED! Brand new single, recorded with Jason LaPrade, mixed by Andrew Lauzon and mastered by Karl Machat. A hopeful ballad about the questions we all ask ourselves in a new relationship. Featuring the awesome Raphael Weinroth-Browne (“The Visit”) on cello and Holly Cheng on violin. For piano, voice and string trio. I threw a little video together with some footage from my recent trip to Cambodia. Check out the song below and let me know what you think!

If you are interested, the whole song is available for download on iTunes here:




Live at Koerner Hall in Toronto!


On October 1st, I had the amazing opportunity to perform along with many other talented musicians as a part of Koerner Hall Free For All at the Royal Conservatory of Music’s Koerner Hall. We all played one song (with a huge oversized 5 minute countdown!) and I performed on a grand piano with a band. It was recorded and streamed live by the Royal Conservatory. Check out the live show below (I’m at the end, at 3 hours 3 minutes)

Here are some pictures from the event!

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Photos and video from the Cameron House, Toronto!

The Cameron House is one of the longest-running live venues in Toronto (along with the Horseshoe and Lee’s Palace), and I was lucky to get to play a show there along with a number of other great singer/songwriters on Aug. 12th! Here are some pics and video from the event, where I performed with Steve McNie on cello:

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Photo by Brendan Albert
Photos by Neel Modi



Steve McNie on cello.
Don Campbell – an amazing singer, songwriter and guitarist.
Melanie Peterson singing some beautiful, soulful songs.

A video from my original song “Eye For An Eye”, with a rare cello part!


New show and online interview!


Thanks so much to my good friend Kat Leonard for doing an interview and write-up on me on her blog!

People Profile: Jeff Alan Greenway!

We both have an upcoming Songwriters show at the Cameron House on Friday, Aug. 12th! Come on down and join us and many, many other fantastic singer/songwriters!

This will be a special rare show for me, as I will be performing with piano and cello. My friend and fantastic multi-instrumental performer Steve McNie will be joining me on cello.

All the info for the show is here – hope to see you there!


Live interview on Song Talk Radio!


Jeff & Team Song Talk

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I had a great time chatting with the fine folks at Song Talk Radio at Ryerson University radio in Toronto! I performed live and we discussed the background of two of my songs (“Cavalry” and “I Need”), as well as songwriting techniques and funny things kids say (apparently some chords are “crunchy”)!

If you would like to listen to the radio show, click on the article, and the link is just below the video.

Jeff Greenway finds his own way


I’m on the CBC for Searchlight 2016!

Hey folks!

I’m in the first round of voting right now in CBC Searchlight with my new single!

Please take a second and click on the link below to vote for me! It really does only take a second! You can also check out the new home-made video that I put together for my new song. You can vote once per day for as many artists as you want, up to April 20th!

Thanks so much for all of your support! Click on the picture below to vote.


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