Greg Sykes

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Greg Sykes is a Covenant Award winning songwriter and Integrity Music recording artist based in Franklin, Tennessee and St. Catharines, Ontario, where he has been leading worship at his local church for almost 15 years.

In addition to his own ministry, Greg has toured/performed with a variety of artists and worship leaders including Michael W. Smith, MercyMe, Paul Baloche, The City Harmonic, Martin Smith (Delirious?) and High Valley. He also has co-written songs with Jaci Velasquez, Paul Baloche,
All Sons & Daughters, Meredith Andrews, Leeland Mooring, Brenton
Brown and others.

His solo debut, Reverse, and a radio single of the title track, release March 10 to a global audience. Greg’s songs and voice can also be heard on the critically acclaimed Integrity projects Blessed Assurance: The New Hymns of Fanny Crosby, Majesty In A Manger, and I Am N, an album developed in partnership with Voice of the Martyrs to benefit persecuted Christians in Syria and Iraq. Greg’s work on I Am N earned him two Covenant Award nominations for Male Vocalist of the Year and Praise & Worship Song of the Year in addition to his Covenant Award win for “Faithful” as
Inspirational Song of the Year in 2014.

Greg’s voice, music, personality and sense of humor have a way of bringing people of all ages together through songs and stories. Vulnerable, worshipful and fun-loving, Greg is passionate about sharing the hope and life changing power of Jesus with everyone he meets.


The Six P's of Planning a Worship Set

When I was a little boy, and on into my teen years I really struggled in school. I found it hard to keep my attention locked on my teachers, and it was the same out of school, whether I was listening to my parents or pastors teaching. Some days I STILL struggle with keeping my attention fixed for long periods of time!

The Six P's of Planning a Worship Set

When I was a little boy, and on into my teen years I really struggled in school. I found it hard to keep my attention locked on my teachers, and it was the same out of school, whether I was...


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