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Greg & Steve

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Greg & Steve are a musical group based in Los Angeles, California. The duo, composed of Greg Scelsa and Steve Millang, has been performing and recording children’s music since the 1970s. Scelsa and Millang both perform as vocalists and guitarists.[1] They have recorded 18 albums, one music video compilation, and one live concert DVD.[2] Greg & Steve are marketed toward children from preschool age through primary school and have sold more than 4 million albums,[3] making them the best selling children’s music duo in the United States. [4] They also have a rigorous concert schedule, playing an average of 100 shows per year[1] including venues such as Carnegie Hall.[5]
Scelsa and Millang, who have known each other since high school, moved from their hometown of Newport Beach, California to Los Angeles to “be closer to the music business” in 1968. They took jobs as special education assistants, and soon started performing music for the children, many of whom had emotional or behavioral problems.[6] They found that their music had a positive effect on children with disorders such as autism. For the next several years, they performed their music program for different schools.[5] In 1975, they decided to form a record company, Youngheart Records, and presented a recording of their music to National Association for the Education of Young Children convention attendees. After receiving a positive reaction at the conference, Scelsa and Millang formed “Greg & Steve” and began selling their recordings in the educational market.[1]

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