Greg Squirrel, the owner and DJ/KJ extraordinaire, has long had a love for music dating back to his high school band days playing the trumpet.

As an adult, Greg's trumpet expertise serves him well.

As a member of the Cherokee Nation Color Guard, he is often called upon to play Taps at the funerals of our fallen warriors as well as at other ceremonies.

Greg is also a member of Bugles Across America . This fine volunteer organization was founded in 2000 by Tom Day. The mission of this organization is to provide buglers to play Taps at the funerals of our fallen warriors. They now have over 5,000 volunteer buglers with members in all 50 states as well as overseas.

Over Greg's lengthy music career, he has opened for many well-known performers including:

  • Razzy Bailey
  • Billy Hoffman
  • Joe Stampley

Greg's music career resume includes gigs as on-air radio personality at several stations.

In Greg's, ahem, shall we say "younger" days, he performed in several talent showcases in Nashville winning a recording session at Silver Wing Records of Nashville and an invitation to perform on Nashville Revue. He also performed at Gilley's on Music Row during Fanfare Week.

During their very early music careers, Greg also had the pleasure of working with a very sweet young lady by the name of Carrie Underwood. YES! That Carrie Underwood. I tell you! They could perform duets so beautifully it would bring a tear to your eye!

Greg has performed live at many venues in his native Northwest Arkansas and these days he still finds time to perform live at annual fairs and festivals across the country. Greg's fine voice is also sought after to sing the National Anthem at various sporting events.

If you are a sports fan you may have heard Greg's voice as announcer at various football and baseball games. He is also the ring announcer for pro wrestling, boxing and mixed martial arts/cage fighting events.

Greg's extensive experience in various aspects of the music business serves him well at Cherokee Entertainment.