Gregg Giuffria


Gregg Giuffria  (born July 28, 1951) is an American rock musician and businessman.  He was the keyboardist for AOR bands Angel, House of Lords, and Giuffria.  Gregg (a native of Gulfport, MS) was also the CEO of the Las Vegas-based Outland Development LLC, that designed and built gaming machines and theme park attractions, and was president of casino operator Full House Resorts from 1998 to 2000.  He is also co-owner of the Biloxi Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, along with partners Roy Anderson III and David Ross.  Gregg now lives in California.  (More from Wikipedia) 
Fergie Frederiksen has also enjoyed a long, prosperous and highly varied career in music.  After he left TrillionFergie Frederiksen was involved with a disco movie called Can’t Stop the Music, featuring Village People.  
While working on the soundtrack album Can’t Stop the Music at Casablanca RecordsFergie Frederiksen met Gregg Giuffria, whose heavy metal band Angel (another Casablanca artist) had recently broken up.  Angel was sort of the anti-KISS, dressing in all white for instance; they never made it big but had a strong following and released several albums.  Together with bassist Ricky Philips, they discussed the possibility of forming a new Angel line-up and laid down three tracks in late 1981.  These songs were later released on a compilation album Angel Rarities.  In 1995Fergie Frederiksen and Ricky Philips released an album in the name, Frederiksen/Philips
(October 2012)
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