Regarded by many as one of a handful of folks in the category of "Best Guitar Player You Never Heard Of”, Graham has now embarked on reestablishing himself as a solo slide guitarist.



Graham started his musical career playing acoustic blues at folk clubs in and around Crawley Sussex in 1966 playing mostly John Lee Hooker and Snooks Eaglin material and later switched to Delta Blues after hearing Robert Johnson for the first time early in 1968.



Graham swiftly became proficient in this idiom and became widely recognized for his guitar abilities and interpretation within the expanding UK blues scene.



In 1969, he was requested to record the first of two albums for the internationally acclaimed New York record company ‘Blue Goose’.



During this period, Graham was instrumental in the formation of the legendary Brett Marvin and the Thunderbolts, and with the band, enjoyed the opportunity to play alongside some of the great American bluesmen of the era.



Throughout this time, Graham has always maintained and enhanced his acoustic guitar skills extending his repertoire and continually exploring new avenues of blues expression, for which he is acknowledged and respected.



In 2004, Graham rediscovered some tapes of an unfinished album recorded for Sonet Records in 1974, and together with new tracks recorded in 2004 released his first solo CD album for more than 30 years.



Encouraged by fans and friends and motivated by the success of the project, Graham recorded a further solo CD, which which was released earlier this year.



The new  album is considered to be Graham’s best ever and recent comments that Graham has received seems to bear this out. Some of many received can be read in Graham’s Latest News section.





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