Greg Harris is no stranger to the Gospel Music community. Blazing a trail from obscurity to
prominence, Greg Harris has arrived with a brand new single “Ordinary People the Remix” Greg
is a native from Little Rock, Arkansas. He grew up in the church and has always used his musical
talents in playing the organ, singing and directing the church choir.
In 1994, Greg formed The Little Rock Community Choir. Greg Harris and the Little Rock
Community Choir traveled across the USA promoting their first project Songs from the Heart
released in 1996 and Their Second Project Greg Harris Live in Little Rock released in 1998. Greg
Harris and the Little Rock, Community Choir was featured on the Bobby Jones Gospel Show on
the BET Network. The Choir had several hit songs from their first release that received heavy
radio rotation and was listed on several radio stations’ playlist. The songs lifted and inspired the
people who heard the songs playing on the radio. In 1998 Greg was recruited to be on the
program the city of Chicago presented to give a salute to the late Queen of Gospel Music,
Albertina Walker. The choir shared the stage with some of the elite names in gospel such as the
Chicago Mass Choir, The Barrett Sisters, and Rev. Clay Evans to name a few of the featured
artist on this one in a lifetime celebration of a gospel legend.
Greg Harris and the Little Rock Community Choir performed in Little Rock, Arkansas at a
Democratic Rally for former president Bill Clinton and in New York City for the federal
Government during the Fleet Week activities. Under Greg’s leadership many inspiring musicians
had opportunities to travel across the country and receive regional and national exposure.
In 2000 Greg Harris took a break from gospel to continue his day time profession as an educator.
Greg received Uni-Serv training from the National Education Association and was accepted as a
2000 NEA Intern. Greg did his field experience in Binghamton New York, while in New York; Greg
continued using his musical talents by playing and singing at local churches. In 2001 Greg
received a temporary assignment from the National Education Association to work in Charlotte,
North Carolina. The assignment went full time and he stayed in Charlotte from January 2001-
December 2007. While living in Charlotte, North Carolina Greg continued crafting his gift as he
played in churches and sung with the Charlotte Chapter of the (GMWA) Gospel Music Workshop
of America. The assignment went from 6 months to about 8 years.
In 2009 Greg was one of the featured artist at the Texas Announcers Guild Annual Conference in
San Antonio, Texas. In 2010 Greg released the song Your Worst Is Over that received national
airplay on various radio stations. In 2011 Greg’s song Ordinary People debuted at # 52 on the
BDS Radio Charts. Greg did several radio interviews and traveled many places to promote the
song. He was featured in a concert after the GMWA Board meeting in Virginia Beach, VA. In
2015 Greg was featured on Bobby Jones Presents on the Impact TV Network Greg is now ready
in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Greg also in 2017 was featured on the TCT National Celebration
program that was taped live in Detroit Michigan. Greg was one of the Preshow Host for the Iowa
Juneteenth that featured National artist such as Chicago Mass Choir, New Direction, Joshua
Troops and Kierra Sheared. Greg has an International Radio program on WESL Praizze 1490.
Greg received his Dr. of Theology from Andersonville Theological Seminary on May 25, 2018.
There is no stopping this Gospel recording artists as he allows God to take him from small
beginnings to the next level of his God given destiny. 2019 and beyound looks promising for
KNEntertainment LLC & Sabbath Day Gospel Recording Artist GREG HARRIS