Greg Sage (born 1952) is a songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist, regarded as an important influence on many punk rock and post-punk artists. Between 1977 and 1988, Sage was the principal songwriter of the influential Portland, Oregon-based band Wipers.
The mood of Sage's lyrics is frequently dark, and rife with references to confusion and severe alienation. His song structures often take unexpected turns and are typified by fractured melodic passages punctuated by massive, clean, intricate guitar parts, usually played on a Gibson SG.
Sage has been involved in music professionally since the age of 17, when he worked on an full-length album by the professional wrestler Beauregarde (Beauregard, 1971; re-released 2004).
Since the demise of Wipers, Sage has also recorded several albums as a solo musician and operates his own label, Zeno Records, based in Phoenix, Arizona. He also builds musical equipment, including his own studio.
Sage is also notable as a rare example of someone who plays guitar left-handed, even though he is a natural right hander.