Greg Driscoll grew up on a farm in Texas until he moved to Austin after graduating high school. In high school he was a recognized tuba player throughout the state but then he found his real love in theater; a community he felt he could finally fit in. After becoming a household name in Austin, he moved to New York in 2016 to follow his dreams of being a singer and actor. He has performed at esteemed venues throughout the city including solo acts at The Triad Theatre and The Metropolitan Room. Greg has also performed at Birdland Jazz Club, The West End lounge, and the legendary Don’t Tell Mama’s. In the musical theater world, Greg has played roles such as Donkey in Shrek, a dancer in DreamGirls, and he will be making his Off-Broadway debut in Medicine The Musical in November 2019. Greg has also made appearances in television shows like American Crime and The Deuce.
Brendan Thabo Eprile is a singer-songwriter living in New York. Since moving to New York after graduating college in 2017, he’s also performed in some of the most esteemed venues throughout the city, including The Duplex, The Bitter End, The Friars Club, Rockwood Music Hall, and The Plaza Hotel. He has performed across the world, in places as diverse as Boston, London, and Copenhagen. He was a finalist in So You Think You Can Belt at The West End and The Solarfest Singer-Songwriter Showcase, as well as being labeled a Spotlight Artist by The GRAMMY Foundation. He recently released his debut single Gravity Girl, which is available on all streaming platforms. He recently made is regional theater debut as Woof in Hair at the Cultural Arts Playhouse on Long Island. While a pop singer at heart, his musical repertoire include jazz, musical theater, R&B, and rock.
Our story began after we both swiped right on Tinder, making this one of the rare Tinder success stories. We had our first date riding bikes through Central Park and ended up spending almost 12 hours together. We soon discovered how artistically in tune we were with each other. Before we were even in a relationship, we were going to open mics at Birdland and Don’t Tell Mamas. After a few long distance stints while Greg was in Shrek and Dream Girls, we started doing almost everything together. We’ve always been competitive artistically, pushing each other to be better than what we thought we could be. We came up with the idea to perform a cabaret at The Duplex, called “You And Me but Mostly Me”. The rest is history. We took our cabaret to Austin, TX and started a residency at The NoMo SoHo. After only a month of performing as a duo, we became Fab.
Our fierce sound is an eclectic variation of styles and genres. We fuse pop, broadway, rock, jazz, and blues elements to make Fab’s unique sound. Some of our biggest musical influences include: James Arthur, P!nk, Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Frank Sinatra, Pasek and Paul, Etta James, and more.
Fab is more than just music. Fab is a movement for everyone, not just the queer community. Fab is all about embracing your inner strength. Being Fab is about not being afraid to tell the world "We are who we are and they better get used to it because we’re not going anywhere!" Fab is about love; a love for each other, a love for music, a love for theater, a love for being different. Fab resists the status quo. Fab brings people together.
Be You. Be Proud. Be Fab.