Greg Godovitz was born on March 20, 1951 in Toronto
Greg began his music career in 1964 at the age of 13 in the British Invasion influenced The Pretty Ones with future Fludd bandmates Brian and Edmund Pilling.
He then moved on to join blues bands The Backdoor/The Pyggs, blues rockers Sherman and Peabody, and the psychedelic Mushroom Castle before hooking up with the Pilling Brothers in Fludd. Fludd scored 8 top ten hit singles in the early seventies including the SOCAN classics Cousin Mary, Turned 21 and Brother and Me.
In 1975 Greg formed Goddo with original drummer Marty Morin and guitarist Gino Scarpelli. Drummer Doug Inglis joined the group in 1976 and continues with Greg and Gino to this day. Goddo recorded eleven albums of hard-edged rock with Greg at one point producing the records under the pseudonym Thomas Morley-Turner.
In 2010 Greg released his autobiography, Travels With My Amp, and published a series of short stories in the National Post. Greg produced and hosted Rock Talk, a weekly music talk show on Newstalk 1010 CFRB in Toronto.
For the past eight years Greg has been living in Calgary, where he continues performing live with his British Invasion group, The Dick Clark Five. He also performs with The Rustic Brothers, featuring the songs from his 2012 solo album, aMuseMe, produced by Loverboy Paul Dean.
Greg has been active on the Calgary scene producing a wide variety of artists including Amy Bishop (pop), Toni Vere (folk), Netty Mac (country), Devi Naryani (bhajan), The Grounds (rock), Kobra and The Lotus (metal).
Greg is currently finishing his second book, Up Close And Uncomfortable, and is actively involved with Friends Of The Dream Project, a charity in aid of children ages 8-16 learning music in the Dominican Republic.
Greg is currently celebrating his 50th anniversary in the music business.