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Oscar C. Gregg III was born in Florence, South Carolina and was raised in McBee, South Carolina. He has over thirty years of broad-based expertise as a musician and musician trainer. He has trained and mentored countless musicians and singers; taking them to a higher level of effectiveness, clarity, and purpose as music leaders. Gregg is the founder and president of Racso Music Enterprises, LLC (R.M.E.), The Levitical Academy of Music (L.A.M.), and Divine Spear Ministries, Inc. (D.S.M.). In addition to The Gregg Method, he is also the author of The Comprehensive Piano and Keyboard Series (Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Levels).

Oscar is descendant of a long history of musicians in his family on both sides. He began playing the piano by ear at the age of five years old after being influenced by his aunt Rose Williams. Gregg was first given the opportunity to play the Hammond Organ at the age of ten years old while accompanying his aunt to a combined
choir rehearsal that she played for at the time. He fondly remembers playing "Jesus is Mine" on the Hammond Organ. From then on, he gravitated to the Hammond Organ. Gregg went on to take formal piano lessons under the tutelage of Stephanie Clark-Tiller of McBee, SC, continuing his lessons for three consecutive years. While attending Francis Marion University, Oscar underwent an additional two years of formal training in piano under the profound guidance of Dr. Benjamin C. Woods.

Professionally, Gregg is a South Carolina state certified public school educator and instructor of Intermediate English-Language Arts. He is a 1999 and 2004 graduate of Francis Marion University, Florence, South Carolina, and at the time of this publication, is a PhD Candidate of Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Over the years, Oscar has served as the musician for a number of churches and music groups. Presently, he serves both as the Minister of Music and Executive Director of the Music Department at Greater Gethsemane Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ, Inc., in Florence, South Carolina, under the profound leadership of Bishop Kenneth J. Swaringer. Gregg has accompanied many notable gospel music artists and ministers of the gospel, and assists several churches and ministries with music support. He travels extensively across the country each year as minstrel, chief musician, student, and speaker. In addition to playing keyboard instruments, the former high school assistant drummer major also plays the alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones, and presently aspires to learn to play bass guitar. He is also an avid runner and sports enthusiast.

Above all, Gregg is saved, sanctified, and filled with the precious gift of the Holy Ghost and understands the importance of humility and servitude. As a gifted and anointed musician, he actively protects the anointing that God has afforded him, and strives for excellence and accuracy in every task that he undertakes. The pride and joy of his life are his lovely wife Falecia, and their son Ian who reside in the city of Florence, South Carolina.