Who Is Craig Gleason?

Craig Gleason is a "first call" entertainer for most of the established and respected talent agencies and event planners in Atlanta.
His calendar includes high line corporate and private events in some of the finest venues.

For many years Craig toured throughout the United States and Europe, Africa and South America and was a former coordinator for the Nashville Songwriters Association International and has had many songs published with major Nashville Publishers and California Publishing companies. He is also a member of ASCAP.  

He is the former guitarist for touring bands ELI  in Tallahassee Florida and Blackjack in Atlanta, Georgia.

Where Has He Played?

Eddie's Attic, Fox Theater, Krakow University Poland, Atlanta,  Athletic Club, Lagos Nigeria, City Of Norcross, Guatemala City, Ole Miss, 1000 Hills Coffee, UGA, Nieman Marcus, Lake Oconee, Richmond Coliseum, University of Tennessee, Juan Carlos Museum, Six Flags Over Georgia, Chattanooga Riverboat, Ibadan Nigeria, Savannah, Birmingham, Atlanta Ritz Carlton's, Intercontinental Hotel, Westin Buckhead, Polo Fields, Chateau Elan,Ragamuffin Music, Emory Conference Center, Gainesville College, Atlanta Yacht Club, Maggiano's, Villa Christina, Kaduna, Nigeria, Atlanta Hilton, Emory University, Georgia Aquarium, Fernbank Science Center, Big Canoe, Sheraton, The Cloister, Auburn University, Calloway Gardens, Peachtree Road Race, Georgia Tech, Peach Drop Atlanta, Peachtree City Amphitheater,  Dunwoody Country Club,  Galleria,  Cherokee Country Club, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Country Club of The South, Serenbe, Wild Wings, Arthritis Foundation, FSU,  American Cancer Society, Home Depot, Children's Restoration Network, Georgia Southern University, Centennial Olympic Park, St Ive's Country Club, Rivermont Country Club,  Ole' Miss, University of Tennessee, University of Alabama, Auburn, Emory Univ, City of Norcross, City of Roswell, City of Johns Creek, Piedmont Park, Ansley Golf Club, University Of Florida, St. Ives Country Club, Marriott Marquis,  Atlanta History Center, 103 West *

* a partial list of venues and events 

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