Randy McGravey has been playing music since he was a teen and has a Bachelor's degree in Music Business from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He has been teaching guitar lessons for over 7 years and currently teaches for the Lunenburg, MA and Bedford, MA school systems. He has published over 7 books for guitar and ukulele which are available exclusively on Amazon. Randy also teaches bass and ukulele.
Aside from teaching, Randy has also had international success composing and licensing music for TV and advertising. Some of his credits include music on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, SpongeBob SquarePants, Snapped, Pawn Stars, commercials with Safari Chocolate Cookies (Norway), KAYAK, and much more.
Randy has been in various bands over the years and currently performs as a solo guitarist/vocalist, with The Randy McGravey Band, Rhode Island-based country band Retro Country Experience and with Worcester-based cover band Mint. Randy has performed all over New England as well as parts of Tennessee.
In addition to live performance, Randy is also an accomplished studio musician. He recorded on singer Lexi James' "Brave" EP in Nashville, TN with Grammy award winning producer James Stroud and Grammy award winning sound engineer Julian King in January of 2016.
Randy currently has a catalog of over 1,000 recordings available for licensing. Styles include rock, acoustic, tropical, country, electronic and more. Recordings can be licensed by using the contact page, or emailing. Notable licensing clients include:
If you need voice over, singing, guitar, bass and/or ukulele on your recording then look no further. Randy will give you a professional, efficient and great sounding recording for a reasonable price. Recording can be done in a studio, your location, or even remote.
Randy is proud to provide live performance services throughout New England. Performances can include weddings, private parties, holiday functions, country club gigs, bars, etc. Lineups range from 1 to 7 members. Musical styles include rock, pop, country, blues, jazz, reggae, etc.