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Joey Gregorash

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Joey Gregorash is a musician from Winnipeg, Manitoba who became the first solo Manitoba act to win a Juno Award in 1972 for Outstanding Performance-Male. He started his career with local Winnipeg band the Mongrels. In the early 1970s, besides the Juno Award, Joey recorded a number of singles for Polydor Records and a string of Canadian hit singles, such as "Jodie" and his cover of Neil Young's "Down by the River."  In 1984 Gregorash returned to recording with "Love Will Bring It Together" a charity single for the Children's Hospital of Winnipeg which had as B-side "Together" a song which utilized the tune of Gregorash's early single "Tomorrow Tomorrow" for lyrics which Gregorash had once sung to it at a friend's wedding. From being played by one radio disc jockey in Winnipeg "Together" eventually accrued sufficient interest for release on Attic Records as "Together (The New Wedding Song)" which reached the Canadian Top Ten in the summer of 1987. - Wikipedia

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Associated Acts




Years Active


1965–1975, 1987





Down By The River


Not Available

Music & Merch

Joey Gregorash - North Country Funk - 19
Joey Gregorash - Tell The People - 1973.

North Country Funk - 1971

Tell The People - 1973