Becky Gregory is a professional and experienced singer-songwriter based in the UK who has had a passion for music and entertainment from a young age. Becky has an extensive background in performing live, songwriting and session singing along with international collaborations and releases worldwide.

Becky’s pure and powerful vocals along with the ability to sing and create toplines across various styles and genres, make her a versatile vocalist and songwriter who is able to adapt to any project.

Becky has worked with a variety of award-winning producers, artists and songwriters across the UK, Europe and the USA and has several global releases and published song features.

Becky’s had song placements in films & tv, recent credits include writing the theme song ‘Nemesis’ in the UK thriller movie called ‘Nemesis’ which was released by Samuel Goldwyn and reached No 1 in the iTunes Soundtrack Chart. Becky’s songs have been added to the playlist within major stores and brands across Australia and the UK including TAG Heuer, Virgin, Karen Millen, McDonald’s, Le Cog Sportif to name a few.

Further experience includes prestigious venues and events; Lead performer at Her Majesty’s Theatre for a charity event, The Troubadour (London), The Bedford (London), Abu Dhabi NEC, Royal Albert Hall, Guest performance at the BT Tower for the National Skills Awards, P&O Cruises, Mainstage performance at Wickham Music Festival (on the line-up with KT Tunstall, 10CC, Seth Lakeman and the Levellers), various shows with BBC Radio, BBC Introducing music, live shows for Sky TV, and lead vocalist at The Marquee at Tatton Park UK and playing a supporting actor role in The Beast Must Die (Britbox TV series, 2021) Starring Cush Jumbo (The Good Wife) and Jared Harris (The Crown, Sherlock Holmes).

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New music collaboration ‘Tomorrow I’ll Be Free’ – Vocals by Becky Gregory, Co-written by Becky Gregory, Keith Forde & Stefan Aaron. Released by C-Tracks Records on ALL digital platforms – Available for sync placements within Film & TV.


“Lights of Baku” EP – Gurban Abbasli feat. Becky Gregory by Baijan records out on all digital stores 24th February 2022.

  • Gurban Abbasli, Becky Gregory – Lights of Baku (Original Mix)

          Genre: Deep House

  • Gurban Abbasli, Becky Gregory – Lights of Baku (Extended Mix)

Nemesis the Original Motion picture Soundtrack. Becky Gregory co-wrote the theme song for the UK Thriller ‘Nemesis’ starring Billy Murray (EastEnders, The Bill) and Nick Moran (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels/Harry Potter) which went No.1 on the soundtrack chart. Performed & Sung by Talia Dean as her latest single!

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‘Story So Far’ is the debut album by BeX (AKA Becky Gregory). BeX music is a blend of Country, Americana, Rock and Pop. BeX has been supported by major brand placements – Virgin, Karen Millen, McDonalds, Le Cog Sportif to name a few, Sky TV, BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Radio Kent, BBC Radio Solent & made her Festival debut on the mainstage at the ”Wickham Festival” alongside the likes of KT Tunstall, 10CC, John Otway and the Levellers.

Media quotes & reviews:

Overall the ‘Story So Far’ album is a really strong debut release from
BeX and features some absolute gems. The very catchy Time To Stop
The Rain, ‘Whole Lotta Trouble’ is without doubt the absolute best on
the album and really showcases every side of BeX’s talents. From
vocal, production to lyrical, ‘Whole Lotta Trouble’ is the one track you
would play to someone who had never heard of BeX before”.

ART FORD – former Head of BMG Film & TV
”Wonderful record, BeX has strong songs and vocal ability”

”Incredible live – pitch perfect. With acts like BeX coming through I’m
very happy – The songs are great, upbeat and uplifting… live in the
studio, just blown away – amazing! ”

Becky is the co-creator and co-host of

The Entertainment Engine podcast.

The Entertainment Engine’s weekly podcast series was set up to provide helpful tips on navigating the entertainment industry across Music, Film, and TV for bands, artists, actors, songwriters & creatives.


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