Graham Brown doesn’t do labels. His style is a mix of rock-n-roll, country, roots, and everything in between. Graham began his professional career over 30 years ago with his first band (Jr. Gone Wild) and has since honed his craft, marked by hundreds of songs and thousand of miles.
Graham is a songwriter first. As he puts it, “I create songs because it’s in my DNA – it’s a release – an understanding of the world around me.”
Born in Glasgow Scotland and raised in Alberta, Canada, Graham’s musical influences stem from being raised on the Prairies, but thanks to a stolen tour bus, fate was calling and he decided to make Vancouver his home.
Graham’s experience is as diverse as his music which spans across the globe, playing in well-known establishments such as the Cavern Club (Liverpool), Country Music Awards (New Brunswick), The Marquee Club (London), The Troubadour (LA) The Roxy (LA) and New York’s infamous CBGB.
Fast-forward to 2018 where the band rocked Vancouver’s streets at the annual Khatsahlano Music Festival, just weeks before the release of Graham’s 12th album.
Let Me In debuted July 18, 2018 with the help of Juno Award-winning engineer Dave Meszaros from The Warehouse Studio (Brian Adams) and BCCMA Producer & Recording Engineer of the year, Bill Buckingham (Palace Studios) and is expected to “rock” rock-radio!
We laughed – we soared – we crashed – we roared – got up and did it again
excellent taste in scotch