Born and raised on rock and roll, folk and blues, Graham started gigging with his guitarist dad when he was just 14. He’s been gigging solidly ever since, and after music college (ACM) and going pro, he’s played with musical greats all over the world… all while slowly building the Ultimate Creative Pedalboard.
When he was spotted by Kenney Jones (The Who/Small Faces/The Faces), Graham joined The Jones Gang. He wrote and recorded the mandolin part on Gypsy Lane (also featuring Ronnie Wood), which became their second number 1 selling single in the US. He’s headlined the Royal Albert Hall and played alongside Sam Brown, Robert Hart (Bad Company), Rick Wills (Foreigner), Bucket (Bad Company) and Gary Grainger (Rod Stewart Band) and on the same bill as Eric Clapton and other guitar greats.
His partnership with singer-songwriter Karl Stampfer (Stuck in the Pie) has taken him on adventures around the world, but particularly Spain and Argentina, where he’s spent months at a time and has developed new styles, played with local musicians and with an Argentine pop band. Stuck in the Pie went on to win Best Indie Rock act at the Exposure Music Awards.
Graham continues to write and record with Joseph Dean-Osgood (with whom he’s supported The Faces). He’s also travelled the country with Wellar Live, recorded and played with Billy Irvine and many other great musicians – he's also a regular on the UK festival circuit.
Graham’s 20 years of guitar and gigging experience have made him the go-to guitarist for creative, dynamic, tasteful guitar. He can turn his hand to folk, rock, country, psychedelic or whatever's needed. He fits regular gigging around session work, writing, teaching and singing.