Gray Reinhard is a Jersey born keyboardist, guitarist, accordionist, vocalist, composer and studio engineer residing in Hoboken, NJ. In the past year Gray has performed in 21 countries across 4 continents. Some notable musical highlights included a performance with Bruce Springsteen at the Asbury Park Light of Day festival, a performance as a featured pianist with the Minnesota Orchestra, guest conducted by Doc Severinsen, international tours with New York legend Garland Jeffreys, a six week Central/South American tour on behalf of the US State Department’s American Music Abroad Program, and the release of Gray’s roots rock band’s debut album “Curtis & Reinhard Live at the Pigeon Club.” He also had the distinction of being one of a handful of Americans permitted to perform in Turkmenistan on behalf of the State Department.
In addition to touring Gray composes and produces music for TV and film as a co-founder of, Hearsay Productions. Credits include: ABC’s “One Life To Live,” NBC’s “The Voice,” Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance,” and an MTV appearance with Alicia Keys and Nick Lachey.
In Gray’s spare time he is working on his first solo album due to be released sometime this year, writing for an upcoming Curtis & Reinhard album, and renovating his 1972 Hammond B3 organ/leslie combo.