Leo Fender C0ncert Series




“Wright's in the top echelons of the world's great blues guitarists!"  -  Liz Aiken/Blues Matters/U.K.    


"Gregg Wright brings down the house in no time!" - Blues Matters/U.K.


The new King of Rockin' Blues Guitar!" - The Monterey Bay Blues Festival


"Gregg has an extra gear that most guitarists don't have!" - Zac Harmon/Blues Artist


The best guitar player I've ever heard!"  - Karen Gros/Associated Content



SEPTEMber 24, 2022   8PM  TITAN THEATER2022

Gregg Wright




Gregg Wright  King of the Rockin' Blues          September 24, 2022   8PM


An American inventor, Leo Fender founded Fender Electric Instruments in Fullerton, California and established a worldwide influence that extends from the studio to the stage. Beginners and the world’s most acclaimed artists 

have used Fender guitars and amplifiers, making the company not only a revered industry leader but a cultural 

symbol that resonates globally. Nearly eight decades since Leo Fender built his first electric guitar, Fender’s

reach transcends instruments and accessories, encompassing a range of innovative digital experiences that 

fuel musical expression and serve players at every stage on every stage.  We hope you enjoy the musicians we

will present during the LEO FENDER CONCERT SERIES and we thank you for supporting music education  through the Fender Play Foundation®.



                     Titan Theater      California State University                         800 N. State College Blvd.  Fullerton, CA  92831

fundraiser for the

Leo Fender

Clarence Leonidas Fender (August 10, 1909 – March 21, 1991) was an American inventor known for designing the Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster.  Today, Fender produces acoustic guitars, bass amplifiers and public address equipment, but is best known for its solid-body electric guitars and bass guitars, particularly the 

Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jaguar, Jazzmaster, Precision Bass, and the Jazz Bass.


The company began as "Fender's Radio Service" in late 1938 in Fullerton, California. As a qualified electronics technician, Leo Fender had repaired radios, phonographs, home audio amplifiers, public address systems and musical instrument amplifiers.  The business also  carried records for sale and the rental of company-designed PA systems. Leo Fender became intrigued by design flaws in contemporary musical instrument amplifiers and began building amplifiers based on his own designs or modifications to existing designs.


In 1946 Leo Fender renamed his company the "Fender Electric Instrument Company."  In 1965 Leo sold the Fender company to CBS, Leo Fender founded Music Man in 1975, and G&L Musical Instruments in 1979, both of which manufacture electric guitars and basses based on his later designs.

Fender Play Foundation

Established in 2019, the Fender Play Foundation® (FPF) is a 501(c)(3) public charitable organization on a mission to equip, educate and inspire the next generation of players through music. The Fender Play Foundation® places instruments in the hands of youth who aspire to play and reap the powerful benefits of music education, including enhanced cognitive function, improved creativity and confidence, and better mental health and emotional stability. Operating under the belief that music is a universal language that empowers self-expression and community-building everywhere, the Fender Play Foundation® prioritizes its music education, reaching over 11,000 students since June 2020. FPF’s programs are breaking new ground as sustainable, scalable and innovative models for music education.



Gregg Wright began his professional career on the U.S. Southern circuit in the mid-1970's.  He honed his craft with years of playing one-nighters across the Carolinas, Georgia, ALABAMA, Florida, Louisiana  and Texas, often opening shows  for THE

big national touring acts of the day.   “I was privileged to work and learn around greatness!” says Gregg.   “I opened several times for Albert King and Freddie King, and learned a great deal from watching them up close.  Their words of encouragement really energized me.  I owe them a huge debt of gratitude!"


after A move from Louisiana to Los Angeles in 1980, Wright become a session man and "hired gun" touring guitarist.  His reputation grew over the next decade doing albums and tours with Michael Jackson, Mick Fleetwood, the Gap Band, Berlin and Spencer Davis.

Gregg Wright

Gregg Wright

Gregg Wright

Watch this space for info.

Performer to be announced soon.

Reserved seat tickets still available.

SEPTEMBER 24, 2022  8PM


Tickets still available

$75.00, $50.00


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SEPTEMBER 24, 2022        8PM


      Leo Fender Concert Series


Titan Theater in the CSUF Student Union

California State University

800 N. State College Blvd.

Fullerton, CA 92831

E-mail:  info@leofenderconcertseries.com